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What software prevent sending my passwords to the Internet?

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by alex2004, Sep 22, 2004.

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  1. alex2004

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    Does anyone know what best software to use to prevent my PC sending passwords to the Internet?

    Of course, if the site has SSL then it's ok for sending password but let's say i visit http://www.somewebsite.com (without https://) and some how submit my personal password there.... so do we have any software that prevent doing that??? Norton Internet Security has that feature called Private Information. But since I uninstall Norton because I don't like it very much...

    So any idea guys? :confused:
     
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  3. alex2004

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    Thanks. But I already use Roboform. I know it's very good. But what if the master password that I set to control all other passwords in Roborm is somehow send to the Internet without my awareness? If the hackers know my Roboform Master password, they can know all my other passwords.

    So my concern is that is there any software that protect my Passwords sending out to the Interent without my awareness or permission?

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    so now ,you are talking about a firewall ,like zonealarm ,you can see all the incoming flow and the outgoing ,and you can stop everything when you want at anytime ,it s called a firewall .
     
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