Articles tagged: keyloggers
Using an on-screen keyboard instead of a real keyboard might stop some keyloggers, but there’s no guarantee that other techniques aren’t also being used.
It’s impossible to know your machine has no malware. What does that mean for your safety?
I hear about techniques to bypass keyloggers often. The problem is, keyloggers can log much more than keystrokes. There’s really only one solution: avoid them in the first place.
When using a shared computer, it’s too easy for others to see your data or history. If you must use a shared computer, you need to protect yourself.
When a hacker gets ahold of your computer they can do anything. Keeping them off is the best plan.