best free standalone keylogger scanner suggestions

  1. Posts : 60
    Windows 7 Professional x64

    best free standalone keylogger scanner suggestions

    Hi all,
    I am looking for suggestions for a standalone keylogger scanner (portable/usb/no real-time protection) with good detection rates, although "keylogger" is a lil' vauge I mean very malicious types (hardware/kernel/grabbing etc.) specifically.

    LMT anti logger looks really promising when I tried it however I found it to be heavy-handed with HIPS and how it controls applications, if there is a standalone scanner (I recall it was realized with a scanner included) compatible with usb that would be cool. On the USB in question, I have: EEK, rkill64, sophos scan and clean, tdsskiller, NPE; should cover the detection of some rootkits and most malware but keyloggers... haven't found much on standalone scanners. yes I can install it to the hard drive and load it from usb/it's not a space issue it is convivence. thank you.
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  2. Posts : 6,959
    W7 home premium 32bit/W7HP 64bit/w10 tp insider ring


    not really the answer your looking for but have your used the OnScreen keyboard option thats built into W7.. via Ease of Access
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  3. Posts : 6,780
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64/ Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC

    There are many, MANY was of grabbing input. So, some run of the run of the mill software to "detect" this stuff is going to be very snake oil. And speaking of snake oil, if you're quest is to try and mitigate key stroke grabbing, then you may want to try a key scrambler program. There's the ever popular Key Scrambler by QFX, and here are some alternatives. Apparently, the QFX Key Scrambler has a flaw with the previous version and maybe still stands true for the new version. But I don't know what they're doing there so it may not be so much of a threat at all. Rootshell Discover KeyScrambler Security Flaw That Enables Encryption To Be Bypassed | Rootshell Security

    While YMMV on all accounts, try them all and use some key grabbing software and see how they stack up. Just make sure that the key grabbing software is legit.. I'd go open source. The code repository website Github may have lots of this software. Probably all coded for Linux.

    When it comes down to it, you just have to run a tight ship and not browse and compute like a 1st grader. That's it.
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