Discussion in 'Security software releases' started by RGiskardR, Apr 20, 2017.

  1. RGiskardR

    RGiskardR Malware Tester Silver Member

    Version KeyScrambler 3.11:
    Download different editions:

    Full source:
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  3. Trim

    Trim MTAC Moderator Staff Member

    A very interesting update, especially the new feature "Anti-Keystroke-Profiling". It is also important the added support for several programs (encryption programs, browsers, email softwares, etc.)
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  4. BC2Tweak

    BC2Tweak Reviews Moderator Staff Member

    Hadn't heard of "Keystroke Profiling" before. Leave it to someone's imagination to think of another way to invade our privacy. :(

    Glad that KeyScrambler has that feature built into it, especially in the version that I use of it. :)
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  5. jasonX

    jasonX Giveaways Moderator Staff Member

    Updated thanks :) Its been a while since it updated. I was to move on ZAL but stave off in the meantime. Don't have time to tinker now.
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  6. leojohnpc

    leojohnpc Member

    Thank you for the update:) btw does keyscrambler offer lifetime license?
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  7. BC2Tweak

    BC2Tweak Reviews Moderator Staff Member

    Here's an answer to your question, and it's directly from the KeyScrambler software developer (QFX Software):
    "Since August 2006, users who bought KeyScrambler Pro or Premium have received free upgrades without having to pay annual renewal fees. That practice is to change beginning with KeyScrambler 3.0: For the same $29.99 for Pro and $44.99 for Premium, you can now install KeyScrambler on up to 3 computers instead of 1 computer in the past. And you are guaranteed free upgrades for one year. By the end of one year, you can either pay a renewal fee (50% of the purchase price) for another year of upgrades, or continue to use the version you bought for as long as you like."
    -- This is taken directly from QFX Software (KeyScrambler). Here's the page to where this comes from:
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