KeyScrambler 3.0 provides real-time anti-keylogging protection for Windows 8

KeyScrambler is a well-established anti-keylogging program that encrypts users' keystrokes in real time to protect their private info against theft by keyloggers. KeyScrambler (file size ~1.4 MB) takes very little resources to run and requires no user effort. And yet it protects 29 browsers and up to 170+ applications against keylogging. KeyScrambler (the Premium edition) also encrypts the user's login credentials in Windows workstation, Active Directory Domain, Windows Vista’s User Account Control prompts (UAC), and all of the Windows Store (Metro) Apps. It effectively cuts down on system-wide data breaches and network intrusion.

What's new in KeyScrambler 3.0:

  • Fully support Windows 8.
  • Support Internet Explorer 10, including "Metro" mode.
  • Have undergone a thorough reengineering and numerous optimizations, which result in the new version's improved performance and compatibility, reduced resource usage, and more fluid user experience.
  • The user interface is revised for compactness.
  • KeyScrambler Personal sees the greatest expansion in coverage:
  • Supports 29 browsers, including Google Chrome.
  • No longer requires add-ons to be installed.
  • Automatically works with latest Firefox version without requiring updates.
  • KeyScrambler Professional and Premium become the first keystroke encryption program to protect Windows 8 Metro Apps and also
  • Add Games: Diablo 3, Warcraft 2.
  • In addition, KeyScrambler Premium:
  • Supports Windows Explorer in "Metro" mode.
  • Better support for East Asian languages.
  • Protects Windows: Command Prompt.
  • Protects Tax: H&R Block At Home 2012.

Download: KeyScrambler Personal 3.0.2.1 | 1.3 MB (Freeware)
Download: KeyScrambler Premium 3.0.2.1 | 1.4 MB (Shareware)
Download: KeyScrambler Professional 3.0.2.1 | 1.3 MB (Shareware)
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i used this on the past and by renaming the .exe (in your case logmein or team viewer one) to some of the protected programs it worked

for ex, i had a smaller program with i require me to put a password, what i did was rename it to WinZip.exe and that worked, at least the older version looked by program.exe to secure it

test it, look at the "Free vs. Professional" link and the name of the programs and find out their .exe name and rename your program.exe to one of them

Mayhem said,
i used this on the past and by renaming the .exe (in your case logmein or team viewer one) to some of the protected programs it worked

for ex, i had a smaller program with i require me to put a password, what i did was rename it to WinZip.exe and that worked, at least the older version looked by program.exe to secure it

test it, look at the "Free vs. Professional" link and the name of the programs and find out their .exe name and rename your program.exe to one of them

The problem with remote applications, is the keyboard hook is in the middle, not above where keyscrambler works. So what ends up happening is you type encrypted out when using remote instead of the actual chars.