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Does eset safe browsing have built in keystroke encryption?


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I enabled both a third-party system wide anti-keylogger and eset safe browser. When I did so, the unintelligible encrypted keystrokes started appearing in the browsers text fields such as the address-bar and even on search engine search box.

So is it safe to say that eset has a built in keystroke scrambler or is there something within safe browsers configuration that is "pushing" the antikeylogger app from functioning on lower non-graphical layer as it should?

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4 hours ago, N-One said:

I enabled both a third-party system wide anti-keylogger and eset safe browser. When I did so, the unintelligible encrypted keystrokes started appearing in the browsers text fields such as the address-bar and even on search engine search box.

Eset key scambling protection has no effect on what is actually displayed in a protected browser web page. It appears your third party anti-keylogger is interfering with Eset's key scrambling  functionality.

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