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KeyScrambler version 3.4 released
May 22, 2014
KeyScrambler 3.4 is an update with back-end and performance improvements and bug fixes. It also adds support for 5 more browsers and 16 new apps, greatly increasing KeyScrambler's protective range. The new upgrade is free for all current users and is ready for download at the QFX Software's website. See What's New in 3.4 » | Start download now »
KeyScrambler 3.3 Released
Nov 14, 2013
KeyScrambler 3.3 is a maintenance release that fixes several user reported issues and adds support for Windows 8.1, Pirate Browser, and three game clients: Battle.net, EA Origin, and Minecraft. This upgrade is free for all current users and is ready for download at the QFX Software's website. See What's New in 3.3 » | Start download now »
KeyScrambler Endorsed by Renowned Technology Expert
Aug 27, 2013
KeyScrambler is recommended by renowned British journalist and technology expert Kate Russell on her website, Working the Cloud.biz, "the ultimate collection of online tips, tricks and resources for small businesses, start-ups and entrepreneurs."
KeyScrambler Featured on BBC News
Aug 25, 2013
KeyScrambler is featured on the BBC technology show "Click" hosted by Kate Russell. It is a rare honor for KeyScrambler, as "Click" boasts a global viewership of over 180 million. Watch a clip of "Kate Russell's weekly review of the best apps and websites" on BBC's website.
KeyScrambler 3.2 Released
Jul 15, 2013
KeyScrambler 3.2 is a significant new release that adds support for 29 new applications, including popular cloud storage programs like Dropbox and several bitcoin wallets. It also fixes several user reported issues. This upgrade is free for all current users and is ready for download. See What's New in 3.2 » | Start download now »
KeyScrambler 3.1 Released
Mar 26, 2013
KeyScrambler 3.1 is a maintenance release that fixes a number of issues and improves performance. This upgrade is free for all current users and is ready for download. See What's New in 3.1 » | Start download now »
KeyScrambler 3.0 Released
Feb 7, 2013
KeyScrambler 3.0, a major milestone in the software's seven-year history, was released today. The new version fully supports Windows 8 and is the first keystroke encryption program to protect all Windows 8 Metro Apps against keylogging. Personal now supports all 29 browsers, including Google Chrome. This upgrade is free for all current users and is ready for download. See What's New in 3.0 » | Start download now »
KeyScrambler 2.9.3 Released
Sep 17, 2012
KeyScrambler 2.9.3 was released today. This version is a free upgrade for all current users. The new version has improved autoupdate functionality and added support for several new applications. See What's New in 2.9.3. »
Techradar lists KeyScrambler Personal among the "10 best free lightweight security tools"
Aug 10, 2012

Why "10 best free lightweight security tools"? The author explains: "If your antivirus engine misses some malware, for instance - and this will happen, as nothing is 100% accurate - it could be very useful to have a second antivirus option to hand, just in case. What you really need is one of our tiny tools. They include some useful functions you won't find in even the largest security suite." Read what he says about KeyScrambler Personal »

KeyScrambler defeats the "most advanced keylogger software."
Jun 17, 2012
How can you protect against the most advanced, driver-level keylogging software called Elite Keylogger 5? The answer: Use KeyScrambler Premium. Learn more »

KeyScrambler 2.9.2 Released
Jun 8, 2012
KeyScrambler 2.9.2 has been released. The new version brings support for several new applications. See the complete list of What's New in 2.9.2. » This version is a free upgrade for all current users.
Ghacks recommends KeyScrambler as a "great extention for Firefox."
Apr 9, 2012

In an in-depth Firefox Security Guide on Ghacks, Christopher Chambel names KeyScrambler among the half dozen "Firefox Recommended Extentions":

"KeyScrambler -- another great extension for Firefox. When a hacker installs a keylogger onto your computer and you use this extension, your words will be scrambled into unreadable text." Read the article

KeyScrambler 2.9.1 Released
Mar 8, 2012
KeyScrambler 2.9.1 has been released. The new version brings support for several new applications. See the complete list of What's New in 2.9.1. » This version is a free upgrade for all current users.
KeyScrambler 2.9.0 Released
Dec 14, 2011
The new version is now available on our download page. See What's New in 2.9.0. » This version is a free upgrade for all current users.
New version of KeyScrambler Personal claims No. 1 spot on Download.com
Oct 4, 2011
KeyScrambler Personal 2.8.2 ranks #1 in Privacy Software on Download.com.
KeyScrambler 2.8.2 Released
Sep 18, 2011
The free upgrade is now available on our download page. See What's New in 2.8.2 »
KeyScrambler Personal reviewed and rated four stars by CNET editors
Aug 16, 2011

The CNET Editors awarded KeyScrambler Personal four stars out of five in their recent review. Here's an excerpt from the review:

"Although antivirus software is often able to detect and eliminate such programs [keyloggers], they're not foolproof. KeyScrambler Personal promises to encrypt your keystrokes at the level of your keyboard driver and decrypt them when they reach your browser so they're visible to you. Sounds good in theory, but does it work? We can't guarantee that it's perfect, but we can say that it worked just fine when we tried it." Read the rest of the review

Raymond.cc hosted a special KeyScrambler event that drew crowds
Jul 18, 2011
Raymond.cc, an expert computer website, held a "5 KeyScrambler Premium Product Key Giveaway" event over the weekend. Hundreds who left comments were enthusiastic about Mr. Raymond's excellent site and KeyScrambler as well.
KeyScrambler 2.8.1 Released
Jun 1, 2011
The upgrade is now available on our download page. See What's New in 2.8.1 »
KeyScrambler defeats all keyloggers tested by Raymond.cc
May 31, 2011
Raymond.cc, an expert computer website, thoroughly tested KeyScrambler, and found it to be the only anti-keylogging product to defeat all the tested keyloggers. Read the review, KeyScrambler Fights KeyLoggers by Encrypting What You Type on Keyboard.
KeyScrambler stays at the top on Download.com
May 19, 2011
A quick spec of KeyScrambler Personal on Download.com: PRODUCT RANKING: #1 in Privacy Software!
KeyScrambler 2.8.0 Released
Apr 27, 2011
The upgrade is now available on our download page. See What's New in 2.8.0 »
KeyScrambler recommended on PCWelt.de
Apr 7, 2011
KeyScrambler Personal is recommended as "Top 50: The best free security tools" on PCWelt.de (PCWorld.Germany):

"Nothing is worse than an attack by a Keylogger, which reads the keystrokes of the user and releases the user names and passwords. The free version of KeyScambler, KeyScrambler Personal, is intended as an add-on for Firefox and Internet Explorer. All keystrokes will be encrypted and only decrypted by the browser application. This ensures that keyloggers cannot get the actual keystrokes."

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KeyScrambler recommended by L'illustré
Feb 18, 2011
L'illustré, a major Swiss online magazine, recommends KeyScrambler to its readers: "A hacker can infect your computer with a software spy and seize all your keystroke information, your passwords in particular. The way of defense: use a protector of keyboard such as KeyScrambler (free version)."
KeyScrambler recommended by eHow
Dec 22, 2010
How to block keyloggers? Install KeyScrambler is the answer. Read eHow.
KeyScrambler 2.7.1 Released
Nov 26, 2010
The upgrade is now available on our download page. See What's New in 2.7.1 »
KeyScrambler recommended by TechRepublic
Oct 25, 2010
KeyScrambler receives a strong recommendation on TechRepublic. Read the article, which includes an interview with Qian Wang, the President and CEO of QFX Software.
KeyScrambler ranks among "The best Internet Explorer security add-ons" on CNET
Oct 20, 2010
KeyScrambler receives the honor of being recommended as the best anti-keylogging add-on for Internet Explorer on CNET news. Read the article, "The best Internet Explorer security add-ons."
KeyScrambler one of the "8 Essential Privacy Extensions for Firefox" on PCWorld
Sep 23, 2010
KeyScrambler gets recognition as one of the "8 Essential Privacy Extensions for Firefox" on PCWorld.
KeyScrambler gets favorable notice in USA TODAY
Sep 22, 2010
KeyScrambler user Mickey Cashen is featured in USA TODAY for building "a small fortress" against cyberattacks using effective freeware, including KeyScrambler. Read the story, "Free Anti-Virus Protection Spurs More Robust Options."
ZDNet selects KeyScrambler as "This Week's Featured Download"
Sep 4, 2010
KeyScrambler Personal 2.7.0 receives the honor of "This Week's Featured Download" on ZDNet.
KeyScrambler 2.7 Released
Aug 29, 2010
The upgrade is now available on our download page. See What's New in 2.8.0 »
KeyScrambler receives a 10 out of 10 rating on Programy Za Darmo
Jul 19, 2010
KeyScrambler is rated 10 out of 10 in effectiveness and ease of use by a Polish website, Programy Za Darmo.
KeyScrambler recommended by MegaLab.it
Jun 15, 2010
KeyScrambler is recommended by the Italian website MegaLab.it.
KeyScrambler recommended by PC Astuces
May 25, 2010
KeyScrambler is recommended by the French website PC Astuces.
KeyScrambler recommended by Windows Fanatics
May 13, 2010
Windows Fanatics says, "KeyScrambler is Scrambulous!" and gives it a 5 out of 5 rating.
New QFX Software Website Launched
May 5, 2010
A comprehensive redesign of QFXSoftware.com makes it better than ever! Let us know what you think by writing to feedback@qfxsoftware.com.
Tech Specs
KeyScrambler supports Windows 8, 7, 2003, XP, and Vista (32-bit and 64-bit). It also supports East-Asian languages.
For Online Games
Both KeyScrambler Pro and Premium protect your player's IDs, passwords and digital assets in more than two dozen online games.
For Business
Find out how KeyScrambler Premium helps guard your company's critical systems, reduces data theft, and increases productivity.
How It Works
KeyScrambler uses state-of-the-art cryptography to ensure that the user's encrypted keystrokes yield no secret to cyber thieves.
Features
Transparency of protection. Smart engineering. Broad compatibility. Little user effort. KeyScrambler's unique features signify its unique effectiveness in fighting information theft.
Endorsements
KeyScrambler has been recognized by security experts, bloggers and major websites around the globe as the anti-keylogging leader.
Screenshots
You see KeyScrambler encrypting keystrokes in Windows logon, browsers, finance programs, email, online games and more.
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