Mouzie here with a new anti-keylogging program called,
'I hate keyloggers', pretty catchy?
The program only runs on the following OS
2000, XP, Vista, and Window 7
(For Vista and Window 7 users, you must set the compatibility to Window XP or 2000)
This simply prevents the log that the Keylogger use to become 'scramble' like Keyscrambler, this program is 100% free, however there is a 'slash' screen that ask for you to buy the program, it doesn't do very much and you can easily click on 'continue' to get the program to start (3 second wait).
This SHOULD work for any internet program, games, etc. This does not warn you about keyloggers nor have a 100% protection rate, but better then sorry, right?
"I Hate Keyloggers will prevent your typing from being recorded by malicious software such as key loggers, spyware, remote administration tools. The software will disable hook-based keyloggers so the keyloggers will not be able to capture your keystrokes. This way you can type sensitive information (passwords, email, credit card number, etc) with confidence. The log file of the key logger will be empty (your keystrokes are not recorded).
(I will only add one, if a Minion likes me to add another, I will provide.)
(False positive.. its an antikeylogger. Oo)
(Ignore the dummy files, they are useless and should not be place anywhere on your PC unless you like useless junk.)
Originally Posted by Joshua2222
The I-Hate-Keyloggers application installs a dll file "kbhookdll.dll" that hooks to most system processes that are started even system critical ones when the "Typing Protection" is enabled. Disabling the Typing Protection unhooks the mentioned dll from the processes. Working in this manner the application strives to block keyloggers that are hook-based. This means also that the application may seem to give a "real-time" protection against keyloggers that tries to intercept keystrokes that are typed by the user. This kind of protection has therefore to be active in the background at all times. The application will however not be able to protect the user against "kernel-mode" rootkit keyloggers that can use a own driver in order to record the keystrokes etc. directly from the source. As the behavior of the I-Hate-Keyloggers application in some manner mimics the behavior/techniques of user mode rootkits(or usermode hook-based keyloggers) there is a risk that it ends up being detected by many vendors that detects/flags the application as bad or risky. This can be seen for example if scanning the installed files at online scanning services as for example virustotal.com
/Quoted from Lavasoft Research'
That explains it alot better than I can.
More helpful information.
Don't have to thank me, I hope you all like this new release!
Last edited by Mouzie; 03-20-2010 at 11:36 PM.
The Following 2 Users Say Thank You to Mouzie For This Useful Post: