QFX Software Releases KeyScrambler 3.0, First to Protect Windows 8 “Metro” Apps; KeyScrambler Personal Now Protects 29 Browsers

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QFX Software Corporation today announced the release of KeyScrambler 3.0. and becomes the first keystroke encryption software to provide real-time anti-keylogging protection for Windows 8 “Metro” Apps. KeyScrambler Personal expands to protect 29 web browsers, including the fast-growing Google Chrome, at no cost to users.

QFX Software Corporation today announced the release of KeyScrambler 3.0, calling it “a major milestone” in the popular security program's seven-year history. With newly added Windows 8 support, KeyScrambler Professional and Premium become the first keystroke encryption software to provide real-time anti-keylogging protection for Windows Store “Metro” Apps.

KeyScrambler Personal, the company's freeware with over one million users worldwide, also receives a major expansion in capability. Previously supporting Internet Explorer and Firefox, it expands to protect user inputs in 29 web browsers, including the fast-growing Google Chrome.

KeyScrambler 3.0 has undergone a thorough reengineering. Performance and compatibility are improved. Numerous optimizations result in an even more fluid user experience and even less use of resource. The user interface is more space-efficient and the unique, well-liked real-time display of encrypted keystrokes more compact.

“Adding support for Windows 8 Metro Apps was a major engineering challenge,” says Qian Z. Wang, CEO of QFX Software. “As a result we are now the first keystroke-encryption program to protect them. We've also greatly expanded KeyScrambler Personal to support over two dozen browsers, including Google Chrome, which had been the most frequently requested app. I believe this is the best version of KeyScrambler we've made yet, and I can't wait for our users to see everything we've done in 3.0.”

All three upgraded KeyScrambler editions, Personal, Professional and Premium, are immediately available at the company's website: http://www.qfxsoftware.com. All current users of KeyScrambler are eligible to upgrade to 3.0 with no charge.

Since its initial launch in August 2006, KeyScrambler has become the anti-keylogging leader with its trail-blazing method, smart engineering, state-of-the-art encryption algorithms, and reassuring user interface. KeyScrambler encrypts the user's keystrokes real-time at the keyboard driver level, deep in the Windows operating system, and decrypts them in the destination application, so keyloggers can steal only scrambled, indecipherable keys. The effectiveness of KeyScrambler has been noted over the years by top security experts, major media and download sites, bloggers and users in the U.S., U.K., Germany, France, Canada, Australia and many other countries.

A small download of under 2 MB, KeyScrambler takes only a few minutes to install and requires little user effort. The unobtrusive overlay window on the screen lets users see encryption in real time so they always know when KeyScrambler is working to protect their valuable data.
About QFX Software:

QFX Software Corporation is a developer of security software based in Ormond Beach, Florida. Since 2003, QFX Software has been striving to protect computer users with cutting-edge innovations, untiring product improvement and dedicated customer service. The company currently serves more than 1,000,000 regular KeyScrambler users in over 200 countries and territories.

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Xin Gale
QFX Software Corporation
Phone: (386)671-0790
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