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Definition of "keylogging" []

  • The practice of covertly recording and monitoring keystrokes made on a remote computer, typically using a dedicated software application or piece of implanted hardware (noun)
  • The logging of keystrokes, as with a key logger. (noun)

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Use "keylogging" in a sentence
  • "Well malware can be used to install so called keylogging programs."
  • "Writing the legislation to prohibit spyware and privacy-invasive practices such as keylogging and skimming"
  • "Virtual Keyboard: In spite of constant efforts to prevent common spyware attacks such as keylogging, 100 percent detection is an overly optimistic goal."