Court Says No to Keylogger Spyware

Ceres

New Member
A U.S. court has ordered the company Cyberspy Software LLC to not sell keylogger spyware.

According to papers filed with the court, Cyberspy provided its clients with detailed instructions explaining how to disguise the spyware as an innocuous file, such as a photo attached to an email. When the victims clicked on the disguised file, the keylogger spyware installed itself without the victims' knowledge and recorded every keystroke typed ? including passwords.

It's pretty scary if you become a victim of keylogger spyware!
 

David

New Member
That's just scary. To think that a simple picture could be a potential keylogger. I'm not trusting any unknown senders anymore!
 

vlada

New Member
It is absolutely scary. I had a very bad experience with viruses in my computer. They deleted a lot of useful information and I had to ask for the help of the specialists.
 

Ceres

New Member
It is absolutely scary. I had a very bad experience with viruses in my computer. They deleted a lot of useful information and I had to ask for the help of the specialists.

Vlada, did you manage to recover the data?
 

crimson

New Member
Keylogger's are very frustrating I am one of the victims of this. I for one is a professional gamer, because of this all my accounts were hacked. This is one step in stopping this thing.
 

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