Six weeks after KeyScrambler’s initial release, QFX Software rolled out the much anticipated new version, KeyScrambler 1.1, with newly added support for Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 and Mozilla Firefox.
Users of Internet Explorer and Firefox will enjoy increased computing security for the anti-keylogger tool protects all logins, not just one or two sites, and does so by encrypting the user’s keystrokes at the kernel driver level, before keyloggers can record them.
KeyScrambler Professional, available at $24.99, encrypts not only logins but everything a user types into a web page, including account numbers, credit card numbers, addresses and phone numbers, and even email messages.
Neither version requires you to do anything differently on your computer. When you type in your user names and passwords, you’ll see KeyScrambler encrypting live, unobtrusively, right before your eyes, on your screen, for your peace of mind.
“We’re offering the Personal edition absolutely free because we believe every user deserves at least this much protection from keyloggers,” says Qian Z. Wang, the company CEO.