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Protection is all what we need; we would really doubt taking food and water if we feel suspicious. You now know why protection is important.
In the internet world; we have evolved and made best use of intelligence in building making the world evolve around us not we evolving around it …no doubt
How do you cope with the plethora of the “world evolvements” with its negative impact on us is why we brought up such a cogent topic on key logging…
A keylogger is a piece of software — or, even scarier, a hardware device — that logs every key you press on your keyboard. It can capture personal messages, passwords, credit card numbers, and everything else you type.
Keyloggers are generally installed by malware, but they may also be installed by protective parents, jealous spouses, or employers who want to monitor their employees. Hardware keyloggers are perfect for corporate espionage.
These are computer programs designed to work on the target computer's software. Keyloggers are used in IT organizations to troubleshoot technical problems with computers and business networks. Families and business people use keyloggers legally to monitor network usage without their users' direct knowledge. However, malicious individuals can use keyloggers on public computers to steal passwords or credit card information.
How do you detect a keylogger?
Keyloggers are tricky to detect. Some signs that you may have a keylogger on your device include: slower performance when web browsing, your mouse or keystrokes pause or don’t show up onscreen as what you are actually typing or if you receive error screens when loading graphics or web pages.
Ensuring You Don’t Have Keyloggers
Keylogging software is essentially just another type of malware. You can avoid keylogging software in the same way you avoid other malware — be careful what you download and run, and use a solid antivirus program that will hopefully prevent keyloggers from running. There are no real special tips for avoiding keyloggers in particular. Just be careful and exercise basic computer security practices.
If you’re feeling really paranoid about keyloggers, you could try logging into your bank’s website or other sensitive websites with a software keyboard — in other words, you click buttons on the screen rather than pressing buttons on your keyboard. This won’t protect you from many keyloggers that monitor multiple forms of text input beyond just logging keystrokes, so it’s probably not worth bothering with.
Well it all depends on your trust with your spouse but you should feel protected when around each other or what are soulmates for?
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