KeyScrambler Brings Advanced Anti-Keylogging Protection to Online Poker

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QFX Software Corporation today released KeyScrambler 2.2, a major upgrade with newly added support for 15 popular online poker games. Online poker is one of the largest and fastest growing forms of gaming in the world and poker players' identities are frequently subject to online theft by keyloggers. Using advanced keystroke encryption, KeyScrambler defeats both known and unknown keyloggers and works even on computers that are security compromised.

QFX Software Corporation today released KeyScrambler 2.2, a major upgrade with newly added support for popular online poker games.

Online poker protection is one of the enhancements most frequently requested by KeyScrambler users. Because poker accounts often hold considerable amounts of money, poker players' identities are frequently subject to online theft by keyloggers, which track users' typing activity to capture passwords and other private information via malicious software code.

The online poker games newly protected in both KeyScrambler Professional and KeyScrambler Premium are as follows:

Full Tilt Poker, PokerStars, PokerRoom, PartyPoker, UltimateBet Poker, Bodog Poker, Doyle's Room, Microgaming Network, 24h Poker, Carbon Poker, PlayersOnly Poker, Titan Poker, CD Poker, Hollywood Poker, and VC Poker.

Both upgraded versions are immediately available for purchase and download at the company's website: http://www.qfxsoftware.com

"Online poker is one of the largest and fastest growing forms of gaming in the world," says Qian Wang, CEO of QFX Software. "Many poker players have more money in their poker accounts than in their checking accounts. Adding protection for online poker games to Pro and Premium is part of our continuing endeavor to provide our users with the best, most comprehensive anti-keylogging protection in the world."

Using advanced keystroke encryption, KeyScrambler defeats both known and unknown keyloggers and works even on computers that are security compromised. KeyScrambler encrypts the user's keystrokes at the keyboard driver level and decrypts them within the protected applications, leaving keyloggers with entirely indecipherable, encrypted keys to record. KeyScrambler's much admired user interface lets users see it encrypting live without changing their computing behavior.

A free version, KeyScrambler Personal, protects all parts of select browsers against keyloggers. It encrypts everything a user types into the browser: logins, account numbers, credit card numbers, addresses, phone numbers, email messages, URLs, search terms, popup password dialogs, master passwords and more. Free download is available at the company's website: http://www.qfxsoftware.com

About QFX Software Corporation:

QFX Software is a developer of security and financial software based in Ormond Beach, Florida. Known for its innovative KeyScrambler technology, indefatigable product improvement and dedicated customer service, the company currently serves more than 580,000 active KeyScrambler users in 179 countries and territories. Since its initial launch in August 2006, KeyScrambler has established itself as the anti-keylogging leader and helped change the global anti-keylogging landscape.

About KeyScrambler:

KeyScrambler Personal supports Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Flock. KeyScrambler Professional protects over 50 applications, including popular browsers, email and instant messaging clients, poker games, and password managers. KeyScrambler Premium covers all the protections offered by Professional and 20 additional business oriented applications, including major office, finance, tax, accounting, and networking software.

Information for Media:

http://www.qfxsoftware.com/press.htm
http://www.qfxsoftware.com/Press_Media.htm

Press Contact:

Xin Gale
QFX Software
xlgale@qfxsoftware.com
(386)671-0790

KeyScrambler is a registered trade mark of QFX Software. Other company and product names may be trademarks of their respective owners.

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