KeyScrambler is a well-established anti-keylogging program that encrypts users' keystrokes in real time to protect their private info against theft by keyloggers. KeyScrambler (file size ~1.4 MB) takes very little resources to run and requires no user effort. And yet it protects 29 browsers and up to 170+ applications against keylogging. KeyScrambler (the Premium edition) also encrypts the user's login credentials in Windows workstation, Active Directory Domain, Windows Vista’s User Account Control prompts (UAC), and all of the Windows Store (Metro) Apps. It effectively cuts down on system-wide data breaches and network intrusion.
What's new in KeyScrambler 3.12:
Fixes a potential crash in the encryption driver (thanks to TrustWave for the discovery).
Temporarily disables Edge support due to a compatibility issue. A new way to support Edge will be coming soon.
It has also added support for:
3 more Browsers: Avast Secure Browser, Basilisk Browser, Iridium Browser (All editions)
1 more Email and Messaging Program: WeChat for PC (Pro and Premium)
2 more Password Managers: LastPass Pocket, PWGen (Pro and Premium)
2 more Gaming Programs: Facebook Gameroom, Garena (Pro and Premium)
5 more Encryption Programs: EncryptStick, Keybase, MikroLock, SafeNet Authentication Client, WinAuth (Premium)
1 more Office Program: Turtl (Premium)
1 more Team Messaging Program: Zoom (Premium)
1 more Windows Feature: Microsoft Management Console (MMC) (Premium)
See the list of all supported programs for KeyScrambler Personal, Pro, and Premium.
Note: KeyScrambler v220.127.116.11 changelog is not yet available.