ANTI-KEYLOGGER PROVIDES PROTECTION AGAINST MONITORING.
Anti-keylogger is a program, designed by Raytown, Corp., to combat against various types of intrusion and monitoring programs currently in use or presently being developed worldwide. Unlike the typical "antivirus" approach, it does not rely on pattern-matching, so it may work on new or unknown types of activity monitoring programs.
These applications can help you to detect and eliminate (deactivate) threats to the integrity and security of your computer network.
Scan your system now with flagship software application Anti-keylogger for Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP and find out if your computer activities are being spied upon!
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Keystroke loggers also walk the fine line between security administration and security breach. As with scanners and sniffers, the question comes down to intent. Some companies use commercial loggers to monitor employees suspected of resource misuse. While most employees might feel this invades their privacy, such monitoring can be useful for capturing of corporate spies. Law enforcement agencies may also use keystroke loggers to gather evidence on suspected criminals. On the other hand, staffers may download freeware keystroke loggers from hacker warez sites to turn the tables and illicitly spy on their boss or coworkers (reports Jay Heiser from Infosecuritymag.com "Combating Nonviral Malware", May 2002). Usually Keylogger is the basic part of anyone's espionage or activity monitoring software. Ultimately, as a security tool, Anti-keylogger provides the most privacy when working on a PC.
What People Say About Anti-Keylogger
"Anti-keylogger is in our opinion an even better software solution to detect keystrokers. Due to the sophisticated design, this software is able to detect known as well as unknown keyloggers. We are impressed by the performance and speed from Anti-keylogger,"- say editors of Wilders Security Team.
"Key logging software took center stage last year when it was revealed that the FBI was working on a program called Magic Lantern, a key logging application that allows access to passwords and other sensitive information. Critics warn of invasion of privacy while proponents answer back that it's necessary, given the widely available high-tech tools to which criminals have access. Others who might be interested in monitoring computer use are protective parents who want to keep an eye on their children's computer use, suspicious spouses, or anyone else prone to snooping -- as long as it's on your own computer in your own home. For the most part, software that eliminates key loggers hasn't been available. But Raytown Corporation gives those paranoid enough over computer monitoring some ammunition to fight back. The software is called "Anti-Keylogger" and its primary purpose is to hunt down the monitoring program and expose it, so you can delete it.", - writes Mick Lockey (editor of TechTV cable television channel) March 7, 2002 in review "Fight back! New software promises to disable the spyware that monitors keyboard strokes."
No special requirements for hardware or software. If your computer can run Microsoft Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP operating systems, the program will run.
1 License - $59.95(US) All versions include lifetime support and free maintenance updates. Unregistered version allows only to detect all types of activity monitoring programs. Full functionality, including cleaning out all activity monitoring programs from your PC, is available after registration (i.e. purchase of license).
Special offer for academic institutions, schools and non-profit organizations - multilicense discount about 80-90%.
About Raytown Corporation
Raytown Corp. was founded in 1999. The main specialization is monitoring and anti-monitoring software development. It is independent security software developer corporation where quality is the number one priority.
The company's products and custom solutions may be found in more then 70 countries all over the world including a large number of Fortune 500 companies, law enforcement, government and military agencies.
For more information, visit http://www.anti-keyloggers.com.