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How to AVoid Keylogger.


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Hi, I'm -}{riVard}{- and was wondering if there are any ways to "fool" a keylogger.
I'm not really sure if I have one I did check the Windows Task Manger and nothing came up, but i don't wan't to take a chance. My question is Will a On- Screen keyboard fool a keylogger?

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Edited by -}{riVard}{-, 31 July 2007 - 07:43 PM.

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If you suspect any keyloggers on your computer it is your best bet to post a log in the malaware forums http://www.geekstogo...o-Here-f37.html

On-Screen keyboards can still be recorded by keyloggers becuase a keyboard event message must be sent to the external target program to type text.

But web based keyboard have some protection like the ones in some MMORPGs for example the one used to accsess bank accounts in Runescapes(a javascript written game).
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