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TechCentral.ie reviews and recommends KeyScrambler Personal 3.10: "When we pitted the program against three commercial keyloggers, KeyScrambler won every time: our data remained private." (October 17, 2015).
"Editor's Review" on Download.com recommends KeyScrambler Personal: "Bottom Line: KeyScrambler Personal is a good tool for evading keyloggers, and it does not interfere with your use of any other programs on your computer." (August 18, 2015).
The "Editor's Review" by Download.com is also published by Yahoo! Small Business Advisor: "KeyScrambler Personal is a good tool for evading keyloggers, and it does not interfere with your use of any other programs on your computer" (October 17, 2014).
Mike Leahy, an online security expert and attorney in Annapolis, Md., recommends KeyScrambler to his readers in an article, "Two Steps to Thwart PC Hackers" in Laissez Faire Letter (May Issue, 2014; p.8).
Kate Russell, host of the BBC technology program "Click", introduces KeyScrambler to her 180 million viewers with this recommendation: "Anti-key-logging software like KeyScrambler from QFX Software can protect users from phishing emails and malicious websites that deploy key logging software to mine your personal details" (August 23-25, 2013). Watch a clip of "Kate Russell's weekly review of the best apps and websites" on BBC News.
Pedro Castro, Senior Editor of Software Informer, reviews KeyScrambler Personal 3.2 and gives it five stars with the conclusion: "All in all, KeyScrambler Personal uses a simple but effective method to protect you from keylogging applications." (August 9, 2013)
On Malware Tips, the testing and reviews group gives all three KeyScrambler editions 5 stars (Excellent) for overall product rating in their review: "Keyscrambler is very simple in its concept but very efficient on its use. I Highly recommend it if you are an aficionados of online banking or online shopping!" (August 8, 2012).
On techradar, Mike Williams, a PC expert, recommends KeyScrambler Personal as one of the "10 best free lightweight security tools": "Keyloggers are a particularly dangerous type of malware, which burrow into your PC and then record everything you type: user names, passwords, everything. KeyScrambler Personal encrypts everything you type in IE and Firefox, so even if you are hit by a keylogger, it won't be able to steal your web logons." He adds that the commercial versions of KeyScrambler "offer extra protection" (July 20, 2012).
In a blog about "the first keystroke logging software to officially support 64-bit Windows operating system," Raymond.cc reassures the readers that, "as powerful as Elite Keylogger 5 is, I am glad to give everyone a confirmation that Elite Keylogger still captures the scrambled encrypted keystrokes by KeyScrambler Premium." KeyScrambler Premium protects your sensitive information such as your password from being stolen. View the video (June 15, 2012).
The CNET Editors reviewed KeyScrambler Personal and gave it four stars. Their conclusion: "Overall, KeyScrambler Personal was easy to use and it seemed to be effective. It's worth checking out if you want to keep what you type safe from prying eyes." Read the review (August 2, 2011).
Raymond.cc, an expert computer website, thoroughly tested KeyScrambler and found it was the only anti-keylogging product that could defeat all the tested keyloggers. Read the review, KeyScrambler Fights KeyLoggers by Encrypting What You Type on Keyboard (May 24, 2011). Read also his blog (July 16, 2011).
Michael Kassner, a widely read IT expert, recommends KeyScrambler on TechRepublic as "an answer" to financial malware attacks. Read his review, "KeyScrambler: how keystroke encryption works to thwart keylogging threats", which includes an interview with Qian Wang, the President and CEO of QFX Software (October 25, 2010)
In an in-depth review of KeyScrambler Personal, technology expert Vikram concludes: "KeyScrambler is one of its kind program that does its job exceptionally well. I have tested it with some keylogging programs and none of them could catch what I was actually typing." Read the review on TechNorms (June 22, 2010).
Aharon Etengoff reviews and recommends KeyScrambler on IT Examiner: "The use of Keyscrambler could help counter the scourge of identity fraud which apparently increased by a shocking 22 per cent in 2008." Read the review, "QFX upgrades Keyscrambler encryption utility" (February 17, 2009; also November 19, 2008)
J. Prasanna, CEO of AVS Labs, recommends installing KeyScrambler to protect every keystroke in the browser: "When used with updated antivirus and personal firewall, KeyScrambler provides complete protection against identity theft to an ordinary user." (IT Examiner, July 9, 2008)
Dirk Averesch, writing extensively on technology, considers KeyScrambler a significant security expansion for Firefox ("Firefox Add-Ons Cover Your Tracks, Block Intrusions," Originally published in Deutsche Presse-Agentur, November 6, 2007)
Gizmo Richard's Support Alert Newsletter Review (2.4 Free Browser Add-on Protects Login Credentials): "KeyScrambler is an excellent addition to your security arsenal. It's free, operates transparently, doesn't affect your PC's performance and is available for both IE and Firefox."
KeyScrambler is recommended by Ken Dunham, director of the VeriSign iDefense Rapid Response Team, in Laptop Magazine (December 2006, p.24).
The first. The proven best.
When KeyScrambler was first launched in August 2006, it was the first widely available keystroke-encryption product on the market at the time. Over the years, KeyScrambler has defeated all keyloggers in extensive in-house testing and numerous tests performed independently by security experts, major download sites, bloggers and users in the world.
Recognized as leading anti-keylgging software.
KeyScrambler's innovative approach and effective protection have been repeatedly noted and recommended by security experts and leading media sites, including BBC News, Download.com, CNET, Laptop Magazine, PC World, and TechRepublic, to name but a few. Besides BBC, KeyScrambler has also won praise from other international media, in Germany, France, Italy, Australia, and Switzerland.
Appreciative bloggers & users spreading the word.
Users around the globe love KeyScrambler for its unique coverage of apps, ease of use, and reliable and transparent keystroke protection. They are the reason that KeyScrambler now has a steadily growing customer base of over 1,000,000 regular users in 217 countries and territories.