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Does LastPass work with Keyscrambler?
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January 19, 2011
10:58 AM
amazone
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I stumbled upon your site because it was mentioned somewhere in GOTD and am visiting every day since.

Some days ago I read the post by Ashraf on Prevention, detection and cure and installed Keylogger because I think it would add some more protection.

I am using LastPass since quite a while and really can't do without anymore.

The last days I have problems logging in to a site I used frequently. Also loging in to a new website. I am thinking it might have something to do with the installed Keylogger.

I uninstalled Keylogger. This didn't solve the issue. I had to delete the site in LastPass and enter it again.

So I am thinking of reinstalling Keylogger but would like to have your advice on this first.  Do you think Keylogger and LastPass can work together without problem?

January 19, 2011
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I use both and they live happily side by side. No conflicts, no issues.

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January 20, 2011
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do you have any other problems with keyscrambler, except with Lastpass?

I cant remember now, but I had some serious problems which disappeared when I uninstalled it, although I like it and will check it again on other PCs.

January 20, 2011
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I had it only a couple of days on my pc. I dont think I had other problems. I'm waiting for some more comments here and then will give it a try again.

January 20, 2011
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Keylogger or Keyscrambler ? I have not had any problems with LastPass since I started using Keyscrambler – but also havent ried to break it. 

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January 20, 2011
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I use both and they work fine together.. as a test i logged out and then logged back in to Lastpass and noticed that my keyscrambler bar pops up and shows that it is encrypting the key strokes as i am typing in my password… so if this is wwhat you are refering too then yes..

 

but.. if you are asking if when lastpass auto fills in your information.. i dont think that part does it as it isnt really typing and a keylogger i dont believe would catch this… but not 100% certain on this..

 

hope helps.

 

zug

January 21, 2011
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Sorry made a mistake in first post – I am talking about Keyscrambler which is an anti- keylogger.

I use both and they work fine together.. as a test i logged out and then logged back in to Lastpass and noticed that my keyscrambler bar pops up and shows that it is encrypting the key strokes as i am typing in my password… so if this is wwhat you are refering too then yes..

 

What I was thinking is that there could be a problem with new websites.  When you use websites already in LastPass no problem but when you try to enter a new website I was thinking maybe LastPass got the scrambled entry??

The site I had problems with was one I used since long but it had changed it's url.

 

Two of you seem to have no problem using the two programs together so I will try it out again.

January 21, 2011
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Used an existing vaulted site (prior to using KeyScrambler) 

KeyScrambler on

Login using LastPass -  OK

Logoff LastPass. Logon to site entering Uid/PW (how quaint) – OK

Logon LastPass – Delete Site

Logon to site entering Uid/PW >prompted to save site > site saved

Edit site in LastPass – Uid and PW look OK

Logon to site > prompetd to autofill > autofill > OK

Key scambler off

Logon to site > prompetd to autofill > autofill > OK

 

In between each Logoff/Logon cache/history  was cleared (cookies are not set )

May not be too scientific – but from my pov the two play nicely together (at least for what I want )

HTH

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January 21, 2011
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amazone said:

Sorry made a mistake in first post – I am talking about Keyscrambler which is an anti- keylogger.

I use both and they work fine together.. as a test i logged out and then logged back in to Lastpass and noticed that my keyscrambler bar pops up and shows that it is encrypting the key strokes as i am typing in my password… so if this is wwhat you are refering too then yes..

 

What I was thinking is that there could be a problem with new websites.  When you use websites already in LastPass no problem but when you try to enter a new website I was thinking maybe LastPass got the scrambled entry??

The site I had problems with was one I used since long but it had changed it's url.

 

Two of you seem to have no problem using the two programs together so I will try it out again.



The only thing i could think that would possibly mess this up is that there is a bug with Keyscrambler that "sometimes' it puts the encrypted letters down instead of what you typed.. .. example, if you type "THIS" and Keyscrambler would jarble it up as "(#$)*" every once and a while, you will see the text of "(#$)*" show instead of the word THIS… hope that wasnt too confusing ;P  .. but if that bug were to accidently happen as you typed your password in.. then Lastpass might remember it as that instead of what you accidently typed.. other than that.. i see no reason for the two not working together and have not yet had any issues with it..

 

Hope helps :)

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