AntiLogger attempts to provide your computer with a different layer of security from other similar products. By operating as an active defense, as opposed to a reactive one, this program thinks it could be the answer to your problems.
This program has a simple interface that is very easy to understand. While AntiLogger takes care of complicated tasks such as detecting and isolating keystroke monitoring bugs, screen-capture-making viruses, and other unwanted attackers, users are given simple choices that make defense easy. You can run only certain defenses or choose from a brief list of customizations. And, when new programs are downloaded, AntiLogger goes to work assessing its danger and giving users the option to disallow its download. This is a fantastic addition that makes the potentially dangerous world of downloads slightly less risky.
Overall, the limited flexibility makes this an ideal program for all level of users. Those used to the look of traditional security programs, which show how many files have been scanned and how long you have until completion, may not like the static look of AntiLogger, but users who just want to know things are being taken care of without too much effort on their part will like what this 21-day trial program puts on the table.
Zemana AntiLogger uses sophisticated behavioral analysis to monitor your PC in real-time, taking note of suspicious activity. It can tell if somebody is recording your keystrokes, searching your hard drive, or tampering with your system. Zemana AntiLogger responds immediately to malware threats, and locks out the thieves, instantly.
The AntiLogger is designed to work with your anti-virus. While an anti-virus application will protect you against a wide range of known forms of malware, the AntiLogger is able to stop advanced, new, and niche threats developed with a specific objective: to steal your private information or access your secure internet connections.
-Does not work with Windows 8 and 10 even though it promises it does.
-Claims to support 64 bit windows editions even though it fails all public anti-keylogging tests.
-Expensive (and yet it doesn't work)
If you are convinced that zemana is good, better make some tests. It does not protect against anything!