A Key Logger captures all of the key strokes you enter. This allows the capture of
sensitive information (passwords, logins, your bank account and credit card
information, etc.) which hackers can use to steal your identity, access online accounts
and compromise your system security. There are two general categories of Key
Traditional Key Loggers
Traditional key loggers comprise about 80% of all key loggers identified. DefenseWall
blocks this key logger activity so it can no longer read keystrokes.
Advanced Key Loggers
Advanced key loggers use key logging schemes that cannot be simply blocked by
DefenseWall because some necessary, but untrusted applications would not work
correctly. Therefore, there may be a need for DefenseWall to prompt for user
Ok - in fact, you may have a certain program that acts like a keylogger,
wish to allow it. Professional Malware Testers want to run such files for study
purposes. You don't!
Do not show me this event anymore: Check the box if you do not wish to be
alerted if the same process runs again in future.