Cyber Defender

by Cheryl Baumgartner Medical Billing/Coding/Insurance
Anti-keylogging software that fills the gap in your computer security
Recommended Features
  • Works with antivirus, firewalls and antispyware
  • Closes the security gap by encrypting your key strokes
  • Global income opportunity
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Review on Cyber Defender

Identity theft and cyber threats go hand in hand. Both the FBI and INTERPOL recognize key-logging as the #1 internet crime and your anti-virus, anti-spyware programs do not protect against key-logging. In fact most of us are already infected with a key-logger.

Key loggers are programs designed to track the keystrokes on your computer keyboard. By tracking this information, a good mathematical program can be used to figure out your bank account information, passwords and other personal information.

We all have learned the importance of protecting our personal information; but it is impossible to protect against key-logging. Unlike a virus which is recognized as an identified threat; most key-loggers are ignored even by the best anti-virus programs. Defender is not a replacement for your antivirus, but a product designed to work with it to help increase your computer security.

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About Cheryl Baumgartner Professional Premium    Medical Billing/Coding/Insurance

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Joined APSense since, May 18th, 2007, From San Antonio, TX, United States.

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