Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Zemana AntiLogger 1.9.3 Free key

Zemana AntiLogger is a powerful, efficient, and lightweight app that keeps track of who is doing what on your PC.

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Zemana AntiLogger is a powerful, efficient, and lightweight app that keeps track of who is doing what on your PC. AntiLogger monitors your PC against the bad guys and prevents attempts to record and steal your private information, and blocks any suspicious activity.

AntiLogger works alongside with the anti-virus products, adding an essential layer of security and increasing your protection level to maximum. It is extremely efficient against ID Theft and online banking fraud.

Please note: the licence is valid for 365 days.

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    Comment by Lily — January 6th, 2015 at 3:31 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-44) Reply
  • love this program
    Installed on win7 with no problems, entered licence key as directed by GOTD readme file and activation was completed within a few seconds.
    I believe this software is a must have for all PC users as a second line of defence to your current antivirus software.
    Program starts up with a non resizable User Interface which in my opinion is well set out and easy to navigate.
    I have used this program for several years now, and apart from needing to create rulings for the odd bit of gaming I enjoy have never had any problems with this program.
    For the novice user I would leave all settings as they are and simply enjoy the added security layer this software delivers.
    Has saved my PC several times in the past, though to be honest most of the time u will not even know it is there, which is how it should be.
    Well done and thankyou Zemana and a big thankyou to GOTD as well for what is in my opinion a great piece of
    software. :)

    Comment by Falcox777 — January 6th, 2015 at 3:37 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0) Reply
  • Installed and registered without problems on a Win 8.1.3 Pro 64 bit system.

    We had had Zemana AntiLogger 1.9.3 on August 4, 2014. Here are the old reviews:

    I repeat my comment with some updated information:

    “A Turkish company with address & phone.

    Remember this is a one years license. You enter the licence under "Sercices" on the left side -> license.

    This is not a virus or malware software. It has the name from the key logger and expanded in the further development to a full scale logging and HIPS (Intrusion Prevention System) software.

    Read the license info!

    Zemana IntelliGuard also collects anonymous standard computer information, which includes information regarding your computer software and hardware, such as your IP address, operating system and version.
    10.4 Upon receipt, the IntelliGuard Cloud Data is aggregated into our Zemana Threat Database and used to create rules which will make determinations on "safe" or "malicious" files and programs. In addition, the IntelliGuard Cloud Data is used to produce general statistics on attacks and threats; these statistics may be used by Zemana Ltd. in its malware research, publicity, marketing and promotional materials.
    10.5 You can enable and disable IntelliGuard Cloud Data at any time by visiting the General Settings under your Zemana Ltd. software's Options page.”

    Think abot that you send a lot of informations about you, your computer and programs to a server somewhere in Turkey. You cannot control it. It is a simple matter of trust. I do not like to send information to unknown companies, there are enogh working local solutions.

    “Upon start a small not resizable window opens, I disabled the IntelliGuard features, started the the "protect all" and tried to make a short test. Because I have no keyloggers ready to install, I started some processes from the NirSoft utilities. In no cases the software detected something – at least it did not report any threat.”


    I tested again some of the Nirsoft utilities. Without any reaction from the “anti keyloggr”. And this time I installed a real keylogger as test. I installed the free Refog Free Keylogger 8.1.6.

    “This does not mean anything – but it acts different as my installed HIPS, which is asking me to allow the start of the NirSoft utilities and it shows me the dependency to other processes.”

    Uninstalled via reboot.

    Comment by Karl — January 6th, 2015 at 3:39 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+23) Reply
  • Hi Karl, i installed the previous version last August.Before i had computer problems that made a re-install necessary on many occasions. Since August my computer has been clean and totally free of problems. I can only put this down to installing Zenama last August. My other protection programs have not changed (Advast,Malwarebytes). All i can say is a very good inclusion to my protection. By the way i don’t care if company’s in any country look at my XXX i have nothing to hide or steal,and you should not mention Turkey as though it’s a negative country, this is a problem that can happen from ALL world countries. By the way, i love your imput, sound,constructive and leaves most others at the post!!

    Comment by tommo39 — January 6th, 2015 at 4:33 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)
  • KARL, Zemana has a huge database to check out whether an app you are about to install in your PC is really dangerous or not….that’s why it didn’t show up any warning message concerning “Refog Free Keylogger”. So my suggestion is to keep it running in your system (HIPS software like WINPATROL are another kind of “beasts”…LOL!!).

    To test ZEMANA or any other anti keylogger utility out there, you’d better use this keylogging simulator:


    Comment by Giovanni V. — January 6th, 2015 at 4:45 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)
  • It is already installed on my system and more than 400 days left. It seems it really works time to time .
    It has detected the suspicious attempt of capturing the clipboard or access to webcam /mic many a times. It also poped up when a program tried to inject malicious code during uninstallation process. It warns whenever any program tries to takeover the full control of the system.

    I have seen the Online Banking and Endpoint Security Report issued by MRG Effitas in which Quarri Protect , Softsphere Defensewall , Trustee Rapport and Zemana Antilogger was successful to protect a system fully among 18 Anti- Keyloggers.

    But yes, if you already use a full HIPS product like Comodo Internet Security then you don’t need this product.
    On the same test “Comodo Internet Security” was successful alongwith Avast IS, KIS and Emsisoft Antimalware.

    Among Freeware there is SpyShelter well known but I couldn’t test this as it’s free version doesn’t support 64bit system.

    For Keystroke Protection Oxynger KeyShield is also a good options.

    Thanks to Zemana for providing a good security layer as It makes the online transaction more safe.

    Comment by Jahid — January 6th, 2015 at 4:04 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+17) Reply
  • Kept this program the last time it was offered, like the way it reassuringly pops up now and again when it thinks something could be amiss.

    Rather than do a full reinstall I just pasted the new serial number under Services, License and it extended it from August to January.

    Being an XP user means that I must be more vigilant against malware, and so this is my third line of defence and I’m a trusting soul so keeping it.

    Comment by XP-Man — January 6th, 2015 at 4:07 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+11) Reply
  • The wonderful part is it has detected 2 programs which try to access the webcam. Great software

    Comment by ram — January 6th, 2015 at 4:15 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3) Reply
  • Downloaded, installed & activated with no hassle at all. But when the program is opened, I do not get the opening page as shown as first Screenshot above, thus no scan capability. Is anything missing in my download??

    Comment by Tariq Mansoor — January 6th, 2015 at 4:23 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0) Reply
  • Today’s giveaway is one of the BEST antikeylogger ever created so far: can protect you in real time from any kind of keyloggers out there (keystroke, clipboard, screenshot, webcam keylogging etc…).

    It also sports a FREEWARE version which can protect you from the so called “Man-in-the-Browser” attacks:


    3 THUMBS UP from me!

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    Comment by Giovanni V. — January 6th, 2015 at 4:44 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+11) Reply
  • The install package FORCES the user to install to the c:\Program Files(x86) directory and does not allow it to be changed as the ‘Change’ button is greyed out and the path CANNOT be changed manually. This is a deal breaker. Too bad. Never installed.

    Comment by George — January 6th, 2015 at 5:49 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0) Reply
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