Encrypts what you type in real time to prevent information theft by keyloggers and keylogging malware.

• Defeats known and unknown keyloggers.
• It always keeps one step ahead of the bad guys.
• You can see how and when KeyScrambler is working.

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The Need to Protect Our Digital Data
In this electronic age, our secrets and assets are more and more assuming the form of digital data, which are sought by cyber criminals. One of the major means of data theft is Keystroke logging, remotely installing or injecting malicious code to intercept the user's typed information and then use it for other criminal purposes.

Keylogging tops the list of "Top 10 Threat Action Types" in data breaches and losses, according to Verizon's "2012 Data Breach Investigation Report". In 2008, 75% of malicious code infections were found to have keystroke logging capability. In 2009, more than 240 million distinct new malicious programs with keylogging capability were identified. In 2011, remotely installed or injected malicious code had factored in over two-thirds of the data breaches and 95% of all stolen data during the year. Over the years keylogging has become a component of nearly all cyberattacks and a major cause of data loss. And fighting keylogging is a challenge faced by all of us, businesses in particular.

Failures to Protect Our Digital Data
According to Symantec's 2011 survey of 3,300 companies in 36 countries, 92% of them have fallen victims to cyberattacks and suffered losses in productivity; revenue; organization, customer, or employee data; and brand reputation.

Security suites, no matter how good they are, have their limits and are generally vulnerable to new malware attacks because their detect-and-remove method doesn't work unless the attacking malware has already been identified.

In 2008, the German computer magazine c't did a test on 17 antivirus solutions and for the first time tested the behavioral blocking system they use. The findings: In coping with new and completely unfamiliar attacks, the typical recognition rates of these programs' methods fell to a pitiful 20-30 per cent. Only NOD32, with 68 per cent, still delivered a good result, while BitDefender, with 41%, could be called satisfactory.