Free 1 year license of Zemana AntiLogger!

The worst of scumware, undoubtedly, are loggers. Whether it is a keylogger, or a different type of logger, these scumware have the potential to turn your world upside down by transmitting private information – such as credit card numbers, bank account information, social security number, etc. – to malicious people who will, without a second thought, use your information to their advantage. To help fight some of this, I have discussed KeyScrambler before, a software that is effectively an anti-keylogger. Zemana AntiLogger is a security software which takes that anti-keylogger aspect of KeyScrambler and expands on it by adding in various different anti-logging features to protect users from not only keyloggers, but many other different type of “logging “scumware.

Here is a detailed list of what Zemana AntiLogger can do, as per the developer:

While I can’t personally vouch for Zemana AntiLogger’s performance (because dotTech has not reviewed it), on paper Zemana AntiLogger looks very impressive. Furthermore, another noteworthy aspect of Zemana AntiLogger is its ability to work side-by-side with other security software. The developer has compiled a list of security software Zemana AntiLogger is “compatible” with:

As you can see, according to the developer, Zemana AntiLogger works with most popular security software.

Usually Zemana AntiLogger would cost $34 (USD) per year. However, users can get 1 year of Zemana AntiLogger for free!

To get Zemana AntiLogger for free, follow these simple directions:

Version being given out for free: 1.9.2.234

Free updates: Yes – free updates for 1 year

Supported OS: Windows XP SP2+/Vista/Win7

Update: Many dotTechies are reporting this does not work on 64-bit machines

Download size: 7.8 MB

Note: Unless specifically stated otherwise in this article, Zemana AntiLogger has not been tested or reviewed by dotTech (aside from ensuring that this giveaway is valid). All the information about the program in this post is based off the information provided on the developer’s website. Please do not take this post as an endorsement/rejection or review of the program. This article is simply to inform about the availability of this program as a freebie; nothing more, nothing less.

  • After clicking on buraya you will be taken to Zemana’s website and given a registration code:

  • Download and install Zemana AntiLogger. (The promotion is via Zemana’s Facebook fanpage which is in Turkish but the installer and program are in English.)
  • After installation, run Zemana AntiLogger, and register it with the license key you received earlier:

  • Enjoy!

If you have any trouble getting Zemana AntiLogger 1 year license for free, post below and other dotTechies or I will try to help.

Thanks PCbasics!

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56 comments

  1. annie

    1 year on, Zemana was good while it lasted on my husband’s laptop. At the end of the year it was a very different story…

    I uninstalled in safe mode, but nag screens continued to pop up every 3 minutes or so. WinPatrol couldn’t control it, nor could I control it in the settings window.

    The laptop runs Win7, and the instructions below apply to a mix of OS’s, but you can work it out easily enough by combining the instructions as appropriate:

    To uninstall:
    1. enable the administrator account and log into it:
    http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/enable-the-hidden-administrator-account-on-windows-vista/

    2. Use a combination of the following instructions – I used the manual instructions rather than the downloadable uninstaller:

    http://www.2-uninstall.com/uninstallguides/how-to-uninstall-zemana-antilogger-1-9-2-228-zemana-antilogger-1-9-2-228-developed-by-zemana-antilogger-1-9-2-228-uninstaller.html

    http://www.how-to-uninstall-program.com/uninstaller/uninstall-zemana-antilogger-1-9-2-228-zemana-antilogger-1-9-2-228-removal-zemana-antilogger-1-9-2-228-ZemanaLtd-windows-uninstaller.html

    I then did both a registry search and a general search on “zemana” and “antilogger” and got rid of a few more bits. Back up the registry first, obviously, and do at own risk.

  2. Numsekrummen.dk

    I installed the software today, and it worked. I downloaded the program the day it was posted here on Dottech and forgot everything about it… The thing is that even though I got the serial and the software the 8th of december the Licens key says its one year, so I have it to the 29th of december 2011. So you can get the serial/linces key and its from the day you activate it – it counts… So I think people can grap the serial and then store it for later use ^^

    /Cheers

  3. Obajoshi

    @alan: @Ashraf:

    I do not trust FB neither and therefore will pass on this freebie. Alan, hope you will take this opportunity to educate your son and young people out there that not everyone or everything you see on the internet is honest. Sometimes we learn from mistakes. You hear so many stories about innocent people opening that e-mail from Nigeria… and sending their info and bank accounts and wonder, how could they have done that?

    AND… ohh yes Ashraf! Without further ado, it has been revealed by ‘Anonymous’ that indeed, your BRAIN is an AV. He was specific! If he had said ‘ …your own brain’ then that would have meant each person’s own individual brain, but he said ‘ Your brain’ as in YOU, Mr Ashraf, Sir!. Locutus and all the other dottechies are my witness.
    Please provide us with a link where we can download ‘Ashraf’s Brain AV’.
    Hint…. We will be happy to ‘BURAYA’ anywhere but on Facebook.

  4. giovanni

    And anyway, if I were you I’d install this FREE APP:

    http://info.prevx.com/downloadsafeonline.asp

    Unlike ZEMANA ANTILOGGER, with this FREE APP you are protected while banking online even if your PC is already infected by virus and spyware (keyloggers, trojans, backdoors etc….) as long as SafeOnline’s settings are on Default Max for HTTPS sites!

    Trust me dudes… SafeOnline does more than ZEMANA ANTILOGGER because of the Anti-Malware component behind Prevx SafeOnline.

    THE PROOF OF THE PUDDING IS IN THE EATING….LOL!

    Enjoy!!

    Cheers from Italy!!

  5. Giovanni

    # JUMBI

    - SPYSHELTER FREE EDITION:

    System protection (HIPS)
    Anti keylogger
    AntiScreenCapture
    AntiClipboardCapture

    ZEMANA ANTILOGGER

    * Anti-SSL Logger (First in World)
    Protects all operations that use SSL protocol.

    * Anti-WebCam Logger (First in World)
    Prevents any harmful applications from monitoring your Web Camera.

    * Anti-Key Logger
    Prevents all harmful applications from logging your keystrokes.

    * Anti-ClipBoard Logger
    Prevents harmful applications from taking snapshots of your clipboard.

    * Anti-Screen Logger
    Prevents harmful applications from capturing pictures and images of your computer screen.

    * System Defence
    Prevents any harmful applications that can effect your system.

    So man you can’t compare the two programs because ZEMANA ANTILOGGER provides much more key features than SPYSHELTER FREE EDITION.

    The only comparison you can make is between ZEMANA ANTILOGGER and SPYSHELTER PREMIUM VERSION (€ 25) but since ZEMANA ANTILOGGER is FREE for a limited time I can’t see any reason to spend money for a Software that more or less gives you the same degree of protection against bloody keyloggers, unless you are on Windows 7 64 bit of course!!

  6. alan

    @Ashraf

    I accept that Zemana is not malware,
    but it is keeping bad company by using Facebook.

    My son created my Facebook account so my wife could see photos he posted.
    Unfortunately he followed the Facebook rules that demanded accurate name and birthdate.

    I falsified all that I could edit, but for all I know they still have my name and date of birth in their archives, and can still sell it to anyone. I do not trust Facebook management and hope they go to prison.

    Regards
    Alan

  7. Numsekrummen.dk

    Thnx for the promo. I installed in on a vista 32-bit Acer laptop with Commodo Internet security Premium – Threatfire – Peerblock and Keyscrambler…

    And it works fine… Dont use laptop for anything other then surfing, and writing documents at school. But still im a whore for free software :P

  8. jumbi

    No need for users reports, Zemana claims officially that 64 bit is not supported due to Windows core limitations, I remember it clearly from last year offer. I suppose they will manage someday…
    Spyshelter on the other hand has a paid 64 bit version and a free 32 bit version.

    Facebook tactic should not be accused because small software firms need publicity and potential customers.

    Tip.: if you use “like” and after getting the serial you “unlike” and then use another browser or another PC (or manage cookies) with the same facebook account and follow the procedure of like-unlike, you can get more new serials for your other PCs or friends!
    That’s the drawback of facebook policy, they can’t control it :-)

  9. IndoMK

    I’m planning on downloading and installing this, I’ve been looking for a protection software like this. But before I could, could someone running it (preferably on Windows XP) tell me how much memory it seems to use?

  10. Eric Smith

    I downloaded and installed and registered the anti-logger.

    I downloaded and tested the simulation test programs. Anti-logger didn’t see any of them. I am unsure if it is because they are signed, a virus logger disabled it, if it anti-logger just doesn’t work, or if something else has gone wrong.

    I am using Windows 7 x64

    I had fun with the recursion of the screen logger (I am easily amused).
    The web cam logger crashed itself shortly after starting.

  11. Ashraf
    Author/Mr. Boss

    @jumbi: Thanks I will look into it.

    @johnd: Good suggestion; I have updated the article.

    @alan: While I agree Facebook has a vested interest in not protecting your privacy. However, I don’t think its fair to dismiss this promotion simply because it is done via Facebook. The promotion is for a genuine security program and is genuinely being offered by the developer. Anyone that already has a Facebook account simply needs to “Like” their page (they can “Unlike” later if they want). Anyone that doesn’t have a Facebook can create a “throw-away” account if they want the offer.

    Many people don’t understand Facebook is only “dangerous” if you enter your real information in it. Even when I was on Facebook (I quit Facebook long ago and only maintain an account for dotTech now) I didn’t put all my personal information on it. Even at that time – before Facebook’s privacy woes were revealed – I thought people were fools to enter such personal information such as birthday, etc. If Facebook doesn’t know much – or anything – about you, they don’t do crap.

    If you don’t want to participate in Facebook that is fine; you don’t have to. But that doesn’t mean this promotion is scam.

  12. alan

    Am I hallucinating ?
    Is this the genuine dottech.org website ?

    Getting a security application by clicking a Facebook LIKE is as ludicrous as downloading an Antivirus application from a Warez site.

    If you want additional reasons for avoiding like the plague you will get “About 19,400,000 results” when you Google this combination of three words :-
    Facebook like scam

    I joined Facebook so my wife could see our grand children’s photos,
    and my first action was to set all my privacy for maximum protection.
    Twice over Facebook has increased its exploitation of members by adding new privacy settings with defaults that increased how much of me they could sell to whoever/whatever was willing to buy me.
    The third time I went through the tedious process to get my account closed.
    They told me it would be suspended for one month and if I did not return in that month it would then be permanently closed.
    Six months later and because I know that nothing stays the same on Facebook I suspect they could have changed that 1 month waiting period – perhaps I have to wait another 9 years before it is safe for me to visit and see whether my account is deleted.

    I do not trust Facebook morality
    I will not trust Facebook LIKE.

    Alan

  13. johnd

    Installed fine, stated working, but didn’t work with their test app or the spyshelter test app jumbi mentioned. Therefore, I uninstalled. Why don’t they state that it does nothing on a 64bit system (I have Win 7 64bit)! Ashraf, you should update your aticle to state that it doesn’t appear to do any protecting on a 64 bit system.

  14. jumbi

    Better than the time limited Zemana, go get the always free Spyshelter:

    http://www.spyshelter.com/download.html

    Note: The free version is 32 bit, but they do offer a shareware (and little better) version for 64 bit windows. And there is also a test tool which can be combined with Zemanas, for efficiency reference.

    I strongly suggest Ashraf, to place it into your famous free security article.

  15. Mags

    @Shueygal: You are not alone in feeling uncomfortable about using FB. I’ve had an account for years but rarely use it. Mostly I now use it for promotions like these.

    What I would like to know is does this work with Win 7 32 bit or not?

    After reading all the previous comments it isn’t clear to me that it does. Some say yes, but have they tested it to see if it really does or not, or is it just simply running but doesn’t recognize keyloggers as others have pointed out with Win 7 64 bit.

  16. Mayank

    @Ashraf: Add Me To Your List As I Just Visit FB For Some Games To Play Like Mafia Wars & Participate In Such Promotions To Be Able To Get A Valid License For Such Programs.
    And No Relation With Facebook.

  17. hyperman

    Just a heads up – You can obtain multiple licenses by logging into facebook with different browsers, firefox, I.E., Opera, etc. I was able to obtain a different code with each browser under the same facebook account.

  18. zugshad

    Thanks Ashraf for the informative post.. decided to give it a try since it works along side of my Keyscrambler Prem and Nod32.. funny thing is it doesnt show Online Armor in the list of Works/Dont work :( but it shows works fine with Comodo and Outpost.. so taking the chance it will work ;)… so far installed and shows working fine on my system win7 x64

    @Kevin i have win7 x64 and it seems to be working ok for me.. not sure what is going on wiht yours

    /cheers

  19. Wayne Dunstan

    Just saw this giveaway at techno360 where they supply the license key (universal key for facebook) Also noticed it will not run on windows 7 as seven has builtin keylogger which wont let others run.

  20. David

    When I installed Zemana it caused a BSOD.
    ==================================================
    Dump File : Mini120810-01.dmp
    Crash Time : 12/8/2010 8:09:50 PM
    Bug Check String : KERNEL_MODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED
    Bug Check Code : 0x1000008e
    Parameter 1 : 0xc0000005
    Parameter 2 : 0x804e3cdf
    Parameter 3 : 0xf2de3b60
    Parameter 4 : 0×00000000
    Caused By Driver : AntiLog32.sys
    Caused By Address : AntiLog32.sys+1e549
    File Description :
    Product Name :
    Company :
    File Version :
    Processor : 32-bit
    ==================================================
    Seems to be OK now and its up and running after two restarts had to go back to the promotion facebook page and get the key again Though.
    otherwise seems to be operating fine.
    I had tried this out about a week ago and had no problems like this but my system is 9 years old and a bit touchy with XP SP3 all up to date.

  21. Ashraf
    Author/Mr. Boss

    @John: Ah, yes, you are right. That is very odd. Clearly the promotion is being run via Facebook so everyone can grab it; but from an ethical standpoint is it okay for us non-Turks to grab this freebie? I am not sure. Typically if it was a magazine specific freebie I would say “no it is not okay” but this promotion is being run via a Facebook fanpage, which is not magazine specific nor limited to only a few people – it is open to anyone that has a Facebook account.

  22. John

    @Ashraf:

    The very bottom line in the window with the registration code right from where your red arrow begins.

    Yes it is kind of odd considering where I’m positioned on this earth, but hey I’m not complaining coz it worked for me.

    John

  23. Ashraf
    Author/Mr. Boss

    @John: Where does it say “NOTE: This promotion is valid only in Turkey”? I am not in Turkey and I was able to get this without any problems; and it seems kind of odd a promotion via a Facebook fanpage is only for a specific country considering it is open to all Facebook members who like the page. I am not calling you a liar, I am just curious (obviously I don’t understand Turkish).

  24. John

    OK,

    I got my new registration number and then went back into my existing Zemana and entered the new number, I now have 365 more days to go.

    I did notice the fine print at the bottom saying “NOTE: This promotion is valid only in Turkey” if that means anything……….

    John

  25. a simple happy man

    @Shueygal:

    You don’t have to use Facebook and you can deactivate all of it in between times when you need it for offers like this.

    That way you get no emails etc from them or anyone else.

    The next time you need it for something like this you just login as for any other web site and your account is immediately active again.

    In fact if you don’t use your own real name or email no one who knows you can find you anyway.

    Then it’s basically just like a deposit box waiting for a freebie to come along for you to go along and withdraw

  26. Socal70xr7

    @Rob:
    This software is awesome! It picked up the fact that Picassa wanted to be given full control of my webcam. And with security concerns over Google being like big brother I refused. The Picassa program will not install without that ability. So now I no longer use Picassa. I emailed there tech support and never got an answer about there ability to access the webcam whenever they wanted.

  27. Shueygal

    Ashraf,
    My reasons are primarily age related. At 70+ I really don’t have a need for a facebook account. I really want this software after everyone praising it, so perhaps this ol’ granny just may have to get an account.
    Thanks for your continuing support Ashraf, it is truly appreciated.
    Shueygal

  28. Rob

    Thanks Ashraf. Had to use face book but this seems worth it. Installed very fast and easy. I use Avira and they seem to get along great. my system is very clean(one infection in last 6 months and dirty little bug locked me out of safe mode) and this software will add to my defenses. I find Some of the best software comes from other countries .(Im in Canada,)
    Thanks for the giveaway heads up, this looks like some thing I will buy when the year is up.

  29. Ashraf
    Author/Mr. Boss

    @Shueygal: Yeah it is a promotion through their Facebook fanpage so you will need a Facebook account.

    May I ask why you refuse to join Facebook? I mean, I am not saying become an active Facebook member (I am not a Facebook user) but I highly suggest having a account that you can use for such promotions because more and more developers are running promotions via their fanpages. It is your choice, though.

  30. Shueygal

    This is crazy….do you mean that I have to join Facebook in order to get this software. I do not want to join Facebook, and certainly won’t in order to get some software. Can someone please enlighten me here.

    Thanks