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Keylogging Malware

Question: 
I’ve heard about keylogging- how does it work?
Answer: 

A key-logger is a piece of malicious software (or "malware") that records every keystroke you make on a keyboard. It can be embedded in emails, videos and music files, software downloads and even legitimate websites. Cyber criminals use this to steal your personal and even login information.

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First published on 01/31/2016

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