New answers tagged password-management
As pointed out by @G-Man correctly in the comment. The malware has still to upload the password database. I'm talking about KeePass and derivatives, which store passwords on your PC. If you have a cloud password manager a keylogger may detect that you are typing www.lastpass.com on your browser, or simply upload data to the malware's owner to guess which ...
Yes, a keylogger can intercept anything typed, which is why high-security apps use the on-screen keyboard, which uses the mouse, touch-pad or touch interface.
Not necessarily. if you would have keylogger, the attacker would get the "master" password to the keylogger system, which in itself might be bad, but base on which one you are using they would have to manually try to see if you have online sync setup and you may not, which means that you are protected So for example I use RoboForm - only the desktop version ...
For Non Home Edition Users Open Local Security Policy by typing the Start menu search box, type secpol.msc into the search box, and then click secpol. Administrator permission required If you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation. In the left pane, double-click Account Policies, and then click ...
I got a low-tech solution. By trial and error worked out exactly where the Save Password button appeared on the screen by referencing it with the bookmarks bar. You could physically mark it with a bit of sticky paper. Logged in by using the return button (left hand) instead of mouse click and clicked on the button as it appeared. Didn't expect it to work but ...
I had the same issue, I FIXED it putting a wrong password, closing / open the browser then putting the correct password.
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