Definitions

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  • noun computing The logging of keystrokes, as with a key logger.

Etymologies

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key +‎ logging

Examples

  • Well malware can be used to install so called keylogging programs.

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  • Writing the legislation to prohibit spyware and privacy-invasive practices such as keylogging and skimming

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  • Virtual Keyboard: In spite of constant efforts to prevent common spyware attacks such as keylogging, 100 percent detection is an overly optimistic goal.

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  • Writing the legislation to prohibit spyware and privacy-invasive practices such as keylogging and skimming

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  • Writing the legislation to prohibit spyware and privacy-invasive practices such as keylogging and skimming

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  • Virtual Keyboard: In spite of constant efforts to prevent common spyware attacks such as keylogging, 100 percent detection is an overly optimistic goal.

    Help Net Security - News

  • "keylogging" software, hacked into an e-mail account of Mother's new husband's, and sent the messages from her new husband's e-mail account.

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  • "keylogging" software, hacked into an e-mail account of Mother's new husband's, and sent the messages from her new husband's e-mail account.

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  • Schmidt not only asserted firmly, to an audience of democracy and freedom activists, that Google 'don't support' keylogging or other nefarious aspects of Carrier IQ's software, but he managed to paint the company as a victim along with every man and woman on the tracked, monitored and logged street.

    Dan Wagner: Schmidt on Carrier IQ: Good PR, Bad Business

  • Schmidt not only asserted firmly, to an audience of democracy and freedom activists, that Google 'don't support' keylogging or other nefarious aspects of Carrier IQ's software, but he managed to paint the company as a victim along with every man and woman on the tracked, monitored and logged street.

    Dan Wagner: Schmidt on Carrier IQ: Good PR, Bad Business

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