We have released SpyShelter 9.9 beta which supports keystroke encryption for Asian languages.
This is not an official release, you will not receive any update notification until we release the full, tested version
We are looking for users who are willing to test keystroke encryption driver for Asian characters.
To provide us with valuable information, your Windows must be in one of following languages:
-Chinese (Hong Kong SAR, Simplified, Taiwan, Traditional)
Testers who will provide us with feedback will receive a free one year license key.
All you need to do is to install SpyShelter 9.9, test it with your current PC setup and send us feedback via our Helpdesk.
Test report should include informations about:
-Your system – Windows version and language
-Applications in which you tested keystroke encryption
-3rd party Security software installed on your PC
How to test keystroke encryption?
1. Download AntiTest Tool, unpack it to your desktop, run it.
2. Go to keylogging tab, start the test and allow AntiTest to set keyboard hook
3. Open notepad, and type some text. Keystroke should be encrypted inside AntiTest tool.
(example video here: https://www.spyshelter.com/keystroke-encryption/)
Test keystroke encryption in: text editors and office suites (Notepad, Microsoft Office, Libre Office), browsers (URL address bar, log-in forms), games and programs that you use.
Test all possible characters, including special keys, shortcuts and other key combinations.
Use it for couple of days to check if it is compatible with software installed on your PC.
Please note that this is not an official release. Installing beta version might result in system instability. Install at your own risk. We strongly recommend to create restore point before installing it.
Remember to restart your system after installing SpyShelter 9.9 beta version.Tweet