5. Keyloggers – Do they trap passwords?

| January 31, 2010

I always assumed that you could thwart this by using a secured login screen (eg SSL) like you have with online banking but . . .

4. Keyloggers – What do they report back?

| January 24, 2010

The log files or the output from the keylogger are not as easily read as I would have expected
but . . .

Newsflash! Warning – Do not use Internet Explorer!

| January 19, 2010

If you use Internet Explorer you run the risk of admitting a Trojan virus that can allow someone to completely take over your computer. Even setting IE to its highest security will not prevent an attack.

3. Keyloggers – What is a keylogger?

| January 11, 2010

What’s the “snooper” get back and can the “snoopee” detect anything?

2. Keyloggers – The downside?

| January 8, 2010

You can give it all the euphemisms you like – it’s still spying and

1. Keyloggers – On my computer?

| January 6, 2010

We hear stories about viruses with key loggers that capture your key strokes and how insidious these programs are but how much id true and how much is really scare mongering ?

Google Chrome – RIP Internet Explorer!

| January 4, 2010

Notice there are only two lines used up in the screen header, leaving more room for viewing. . .

Why does my website look different in IE7 now?

| January 1, 2010

It’s a pain but it’s the only surefire way of creating a stable website that works well with all browsers.