The best way to protect yourself from malware is of course to prevent it ever reaching your PC, but if something does slip through your defences then this doesn’t have to be the end.
, for instance, will encrypt any keystrokes within Internet Explorer and Firefox. And as a result it’ll keep your logon and other details safe, even if a keylogger breaches your system.
The program is straightforward to install, adding just a couple of browser addons and an extra system tray icon to your PC. But after a reboot, whatever you type within IE and Firefox is encrypted at the keyboard driver level, then decrypted when it reaches the application. Everything looks the same to you, but if a keylogger is running then it won’t be able to capture your keystrokes.