Anti-Keylogger Tester (AKLT)

Anti-Keylogger Tester (AKLT)

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Win (All)
portable Portable

put your anti-keylogger protection to the test Does your security software claim to prevent keyloggers from stealing your passwords? Anti-Keylogger Tester (AKLT) enables you to test the effectiveness of anti-keylogger software products by simulating 7 different keystroke capture techniques as well as desktop captures. If your anti-keylogger software works as advertised, AKLT should not be able to log any of your keystrokes while your keylogger protection is active. Otherwise it will inform you and display the captured keystrokes. AKLT can also be used to test the effectiveness of secure on-screen keyboards. No installation required, standalone executable. IMPORTANT NOTE: Advanced users only! AKLT uses the same techniques to capture keystrokes that are employed by many legit (as well as malicious) apps. As a result, your anti-virus program will probably go crazy once you run AKLT. This is normal and should be expected - many anti-virus programs don't know that AKLT uses these keylogging techniques for testing purposes only. To make sure that AKLT is only used by advanced users, we have compressed the file into a 7z archive and password protected it. If you don't know how to open this type of file and how to figure out the password, you should not be using this tool. VirusTotal results for AKLT.exe Copyright

Product Details

Publisher Guillaume Kaddouch Price Free
Version 3.0 Last updated Apr 29, 2009
File Size 97 Kb Requirements None

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Advanced, Excellent 5 stars by gimpguy Jul 03, 2012 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
I admit I've not heard of this prior and was a refreshing approach to keylogging. As stated, if you can't figure out the password don't use it, it is beyond your scope. There are several tests to run and it seems to do very well at detecting. Note: You do have to click the buttons to get it monitoring, depending on what you want to monitor, else it's not going to show anything. But again, you should be able to figure that out. This is something I will definitely keep around and between Neo's SafeKeys and AKLT, you can definitely create a much higher level of online security. Thumbs up all the way. show Review details
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