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Using active surveillance applications may interfere with your system's Antivirus and/or Security protection. cannot guarantee the security of surveillance software because of their nature.

Editors' Review

This program is designed to relieve some anxieties related to keylogging programs, which are spyware and adware applications that run in stealth mode to record keystrokes. Unlike other anti-spyware utilities, which remove the offending applications from a computer, Keylogger Killer quickly scans a system and lists the offending or suspicious DLLs or drivers that trip its filters. From there, the user can choose to allow or disallow each item. The interface is simple, clean, and very functional. The drawback is the required reboot for the change to take effect. Multiple tests on known keylogger utilities proved that disallowed DLLs could be successfully switched back to active mode. However, in one test of a known commercial keylogger utility, Keylogger Killer did not identify it in the interface's Company or Product columns. This program might best suit sophisticated users who are already aware of tricks of keylogging programs. Less-savvy users should stick with an all-purpose firewall and spyware filter.
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Full Specifications

Publisher Tooto Technologies
Publisher web site
Release Date August 24, 2003
Date Added August 24, 2003
Version 1.5
Category Security Software
Subcategory Privacy Software
Operating Systems
Operating Systems Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP
Additional Requirements Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP
Download Information
File Size 38.23KB
File Name
Total Downloads 38,407
Downloads Last Week 4
License Model Free to try
Limitations 15-day trial
Price $29.95
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