Keystroke Encryption prevents keylogging by encrypting keystrokes upon entry, before they are processed by an application or browser. The encryption ensures that keylogging malware records only random characters that are of no practical use. Strong methodology is required to prevent keylogging software from capturing keystrokes before they are encrypted.
How Keystrokes are Encrypted
Keystroke encryption takes place in two stages:
Important: Related Concept: Encryption Key, is the main encryption topic in this documentation.