KeyScrambler Personal 3.8 adds Microsoft Edge browser support

KeyScrambler, the anti-keylogging software, which encrypts keystrokes at the keyboard level and decrypts them when it reaches the browser or application (supports it), has been updated, version 3.8 has been released.

Free version of software —KeyScrambler Personal— which so far supports Google Chrome and other browsers, now with v3.8 version, fully supports Windows 10 including Microsoft Edge browser.

READ: Zemana AntiLogger Free: Offers system-wide protection against keyloggers

What’s New in Personal KeyScrambler 3.8

* Added full Windows 10 support, including the new Edge browser along with AOL Desktop 9.7, QIP Surf and Amigo.
* Fixed keys not appearing in some situations.
* Fixed compatibility issue with certain addons in Firefox.
* Fixed compatibility issue with Dropbox.

SEE ALSO: Definitive Guide to Protecting Yourself from Keyloggers

After installing this version, you need to restart your computer so that it protects all browsers you are using.

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