The anti-keylogging software, KeyScrambler, has received an update recently, KeyScrambler 3.11 has been released. The update has not only added support for Windows 10 Creators Update, but also offers protects against Keystroke-Profiling, available in all versions including the free, KeyScrambler Personal.

KeyScrambler’s Anti-Keystroke-Profiling feature

‘ The new and unique Anti-Keystroke-Profiling feature further protects your privacy online against those who try to profile you by the way you type’ isn’t activated by default. Here is how you can turn it on.

  1. Right click on KeyScrambler tray icon
  2. Choose ‘Protect against Keystroke profiling [Experimental]’.

Latest KeyScrambler has newly added support for Avast SafeZone browser and improved the automatic update feature.

FYI, KeyScrambler free supports Vivaldi, Chrome, Firefox, Edge and other browsers.

Download KeyScrambler Personal

Which anti-keylogging software do you use on your computer?