Evading Keyloggers With a Virtual Keyboard

By: Christopher Jones

Are you comfortable using your computer to do your banking and other sensitive business? You shouldn't be. If your personal information should fall into the wrong hands then your bank account could become their bank account and I don't think they would be making deposits when they access it. Have you ever walked away from a public computer after using it and had some second thoughts regarding your personal security and some business you are conducting? You probably have. If you haven't then you are a prime candidate to be victimized by identity or personal information thieves on the Internet.

The problem lies in your keyboard. There is spyware out there that allows people to see every keystroke you make as you use your computer.

Right now, as you are reading this, people are having thier personal information hijacked by people using this spyware.

You may think that you're safe because this sort of thing only happens to other people. Right? Maybe not! You may think that this is something for only the rich to worry about. But you must remember that to criminals in far off countries, you are rich.

Your personal information is itself valuable on the black market. Imagine having all your personal information being bartered around some city, half way around the globe.

So what can you do but keep your fingers crossed, Right? Wrong! At vstroke you can use your computer without using your keyboard. It's a totally secure website that allows you to use a virtual keyboard on your computer screen, without actually having to type anything in through the keyboard. Everything is done through the mouse, so it's completely secure. When you log on and use the virtual keyboard, anyone who wants to see what you are typing is left completely in the dark. It's as simple as that. So you can go on taking your chances and keep your fingers crossed or you can use vstroke for free. Remember that on the net, you are responsible for your own security.

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