Avoid hidden keyloggers by spoofing keypresses
KeyScrambler Personal is a tiny app (under 1.5MB) designed to do just one thing: encrypt every letter you type into your web browser to prevent it being intercepted by keylogging software. The free version supports 38 different browsers (but not Microsoft Edge at the time of writing), but other kinds of apps such as email, instant messaging and online gaming require the paid-for versions of the product.
If you worry about keylogging or suspect that you’re being logged whenever you type, it’s a good way to frustrate the watchmen.
QFX Software Corporation, a privately held company previously based in Ormond Beach and now in Orlando area, Florida, is the inventor of KeyScrambler, the world’s leading anti-keylogging program. In business since January 2002, the company is dedicated to its mission of making the Internet a safer space through innovative technology, state-of-the-art products, and first-rate services and support.
The QFX Products
KeyScrambler is the company’s proud innovation. KeyScrambler employs the world’s most advanced keystroke encryption technology and protects Windows users’ inputs against known and unknown keyloggers. Time-tested and loved by more than 1,000,000 users around the world, the three KeyScrambler products – the free Personal and the paid Professional and Premium – have changed the anti-keylogging landscape since their initial release in August, 2006.
The Management Team
QFX Software is headed by a management team who share a vision for a better, safer world, a passion for innovation and excellence in what we do, a belief in hard work and its reward, and a combined business experience of more than seventy years.
Qian (“Chen”) Z. Wang, President and CEO
Qian has been a programmer since age 12 and has had experience working on cutting edge projects at both the M.I.T. Media Lab and the M.I.T. Laboratory for Computer Science. Qian holds a B.S. and a Master’s in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from M.I.T.
Fredric G. Gale, Chairman and CFO
Fred is a seasoned business executive and lawyer with decades of management experience. He has been the CEO of NYSE-listed Larwin Mortgage Investors, the Chairman and CEO of a principal subsidiary of Chase Manhattan Corp., and owner of a wind energy company.
Xin (“Shin”) L. Gale, Vice President of Communications
Prior to working for QFX Software, Xin was a professor of rhetoric and writing at Syracuse University and a published author. She holds a Ph.D. in English from the University of South Florida.
How to Contact Us
If you’d like to know more about our products and services, please email your message to email@example.com
To inquire about licensing our products for your business or bundling with our KeyScrambler technology, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call at (407) 476-7608 (9:00am – 5:00pm Eastern Time), or write to
QFX Software Corporation
P.O. Box 471333
Lake Monroe, FL 32747-1333
KeyScrambler encrypts every key you type deep in the Windows kernel. It protects your private information against known and unknown keylogging malware on millions of websites and in hundreds of essential apps.
Adds support for Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
Adds support for 5 more browsers — Avant Browser Ultimate, Brave, Cliqz, UC Browser, Yandex Browser (All editions) — and 6 other applications.
KeyScrambler Personal 3.10 supports 58 browsers in total.
KeyScrambler uses state-of-the-art crytographic algorithms to keep your keystroke information safe through Windows Operating System, all the way to the destination app.
KeyScrambler’s real-time keystroke encryption is hard to break or get around and proves to defeat both known and unknown keyloggers in tests and real use.
KeyScrambler lets you see the ongoing encryption of every key you type in all popular browsers and apps so you know exactly when KeyScrambler’s protection is active.