Popular Anti-Keylogging Software Extends Protection to Windows Vista

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QFX Software Corporation announces the release of KeyScrambler® 1.2.0, which now supports Windows Vista, Microsoft's new operating system. KeyScrambler® is a browser plugin that encrypts the user's keystrokes at the kernel driver level and decrypts them within the browser itself, giving the keyloggers only indecipherable, encrypted keys to record. KeyScrambler® has had hundreds of thousands of downloads in over 60 countries since its debut in August, 2006, and the Personal edition is free for download at the company's website, http://www.qfxsoftware.com.

QFX Software Corporation is pleased to announce the release of KeyScrambler® 1.2.0, which now supports Windows Vista, Microsoft's new operating system.

KeyScrambler® is a browser plugin that employs a unique technology against both known and unknown keyloggers. Traditional anti-spyware and anti-virus programs typically depend on knowing the signature of an existing keylogger in order to detect and remove it, so they often act after the keyloggers have already stolen the users' information. KeyScrambler works in a radically different way: It encrypts the user's keystrokes at the kernel driver level, before keyloggers can record them, and decrypts them within the browser itself, giving the keyloggers only indecipherable, encrypted keys to record.

The Personal edition of KeyScrambler is absolutely free and can be downloaded at the company's website, http://www.qfxsoftware.com. It protects users' login information against keyloggers on all websites.

KeyScrambler Professional, at $24.99, encrypts everything a user types into a web page, including logins, account numbers, credit card numbers, social security 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, for your peace of mind.

A developer of security and financial software based in Ormond Beach, Florida, QFX Software Corporation believes in user empowerment and KeyScrambler® is the company's leading product. With support for Internet Explorer 6 and 7 and Mozilla Firefox, KeyScrambler® has had hundreds of thousands of downloads in over 60 countries since its debut in August, 2006.    

"Adding Windows Vista means more users worldwide can now enjoy better computing security with our effective anti-keylogger tool," says Qian Z. Wang, the CEO and co-founder of QFX Software, a graduate of M.I.T. with two degrees in Computer Science. "Our goal is to make KeyScrambler serve as many users as possible and I hope those who have been waiting for the new release are happy with it."

Free Download: http://www.qfxsoftware.com

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