Just as you can take a screen capture, screenlogger malware snaps the screen at your most vulnerable moments. Like when you’re entering sensitive data such as bank account information. Or any other sensitive or private data that is only for your eyes or the institution or person you are communicating with.
Just when you think you’re alone with your thoughts — and information — screenlogger malware makes its move. But not for long. This suspicious malware activity is spotted in ways that go beyond the standard, signature-based anti-logging algorithms.
Check out this recent report from ABC News — Robbing Your Nest Egg.
Screenlogger malware — caught and disposed of in real-time.
Coming this summer.