American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A stroke of a key, as on a computer keyboard.
- n. The act of pressing an input key; a keypress on a computer keyboard or a typewriter, or a similar input device.
- n. the stroke of a key; one depression of a key on a keyboard
- key + stroke (Wiktionary)
“Programs like KeyBag are commonly known as keystroke loggers, and this Universal application works on Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) and Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard).”
“(This means that the first keystroke is in category 35, the second is in category 12, and so on.”
“He accessed the programme menu and launched Hijack, as his friend in Van Nuys had amused himself to call the keystroke application.”
“In many cases they install so-called keystroke loggers to capture personal information.”
“The inability to hide the dock with a keystroke is my number one complaint about Mac OS X.”
“Neither of these is particularly difficult, but should you decide this type of test isn't your strong suit, you can quickly bypass them with a keystroke, which is a nice touch that more minigames should include.”
“Line 2 - Checks that the keystroke is the windows key + n.”
“Investigators say that the software, which operates through a method known as keystroke logging, enabled every character typed on a keyboard to be transmitted to a still-unknown location via the Internet.”
“According to a study from ScanSafe, one out of 600 profile pages on social networking sites hosts some kind of malware, such as keystroke logging software and forced advertising that can bog down a computer's operating system.”
“Williams pointed out to CNET that many pirated copies of Windows 7 available for download often have malware payloads, such as keystroke loggers or other tools that could create problems for the pirate.”
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