It begs the question, if ACS is not providing the keylogger defense to McAfee's customers who is without infringing SFOR's IP?
McAfee's anti-keylogging protection could be no more than their anti-virus package detecting and removing keylogging software.
That is not a good solution. The keylogger already got your information, and keylogging software is constantly changing, so the anti-virus may take awhile to detect new versions of it.
I mention this because a couple days ago, my AOL email was pushing Norton anti-virus. The advertisement caught my eye when I saw "Keylogging protection" in big bold letters. I followed through and checked everything I could about the offering. It was for Norton Online Security.
The best I could figure, was that the only keylogging protection was the detection and removal of keylogging software, not SFOR real-time protection.
I hope our military and government are getting better protection than that.
Your question is a good one to get answered. How is McAfee doing keylogging protection.
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