Think of all the things you enter using your keyboard on a daily basis: personal messages, emails, passwords and online shopping details. Unfortunately, a type of malware exists that can jeopardise the privacy of everything you type.
This sort of malware is called a keylogger, and it specialises in recording typed information. A keylogger can be used by hackers, jealous spouses and employees alike – though are most commonly deployed from afar, integrated with and installed alongside other malware types, such as Trojans, rootkits or spyware.
Read on to find out how you can combat this insidious security threat.