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    Default ZAISS and keystroke loggers

    Can I configure ZAISS so that I can install and run a keystroke logger on my home computer?
    Thanks.

    Operating System:Windows XP Pro
    Software Version:8.0
    Product Name:ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite

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    Default Re: ZAISS and keystroke loggers


    <blockquote><hr>raddadone wrote:
    Can I configure ZAISS so that I can install and run a keystroke logger on my home computer?
    Thanks.

    Operating System:
    Windows XP Pro
    Software Version:
    8.0
    Product Name:
    ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite

    <hr></blockquote>


    Keyboard and mouse hooks which are watched by the ZA can be disabled within the ZA's backup.xml
    Sorry there is no GUI interface, this must be done manually in the files.
    But it is a global switch for the hooks attempts that is either an On or Off setting, with no particular arrangements per specific programs.

    Open the ZA and create a backup .xml configuration file.
    Open the new file with the notepad.exe (not the internet explorer).
    Scroll down to the .....

    &lt;/imsecure&gt;
    &lt;applications securityLevel="high" alertOnBlock="true" denyAskIfNoUI="true" tempAllowRequiresAuth="true" moduleTracking="true" clearoldEntries="true" disableParentCheck="false" disableProcProtect="false" disableKeyboardMouseProtection="false" askOnListen="true" disableAdvProgProtect="false" enableOpenProcess="true" programDisplay="custom" enableCBP="false" disableSendMessageProtect="false" disableDNSProtect="false" askUser="false" programAdvisor="off" PAGUID="" askPA="false" osfwSetting="true" osfwEnable="true" CurrentRunMode="high" DefaultRunMode="high" RunModeRevertDate=" "&gt;&lt;osfirewall majorVersion="1" minorVersion="15"&gt;
    &lt;rulegroup name="protourfiles"&gt;

    and change the disableKeyboardMouseProtection="false" to disableKeyboardMouseProtection="true"

    Then, Ok the change to the file when closing, and then restore the newly edited file back into the ZA.
    Then reboot to finalize the change in the ZA.

    Then set the Program Control setting in the ZA to 'AutoLearn' or the perhaps middle level to make the ZA accept the new program (levels vary with different versions and releases) and gets trained for the new software.

    Oldsod.
    Best regards.
    oldsod

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