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On MobileTrust for iOS the keyboard changes for "password" fields.

On Apple systems, Password fields (and possibly other "hide text" fields which show dots instead of what you type) have a special security mode where the system forces the devices own keyboard in place of any 3rd party keyboard. This makes the "Secure Keyboard" change to the device keyboard when you touch into such a …

I installed and activated MobileTrust®, but I don’t see it working. What do I do?

MobileTrust® relies on a secure keyboard feature to encrypt your keystrokes. During installation, MobileTrust installs a new extension of your device’s native keyboard. After you install MobileTrust®, you need to select the MobileTrust® Secure Keyboard to begin typing securely. ### ** **

What is MobileTrust®?

MobileTrust® is an app bundle for mobile devices and tablets. MobileTrust® protects your confidential information, online transactions and login access against keylogging spyware, and even helps you create and store hard-to-crack passwords. MobileTrust® encrypts every keystroke you type into your mobile device while …

If my mobile device is infected with a keylogger, will MobileTrust® protect me?

Yes. MobileTrust® will protect the keystrokes you type inside your browser, even if your anti-malware programs do not have current signatures. As long as your keyboard is clearly labeled with “Secure Keyboard” and the MobileTrust® logo, you can be sure your MobileTrust® is protecting your device.

What is the difference between MobileTrust® and other anti-keyloggers?

MobileTrust® takes a unique approach to snoop protection. When you type on your keyboard, MobileTrust® encrypts all keystrokes at the point of origin (your keyboard), then carries those encrypted keystrokes to your apps via a proprietary path, bypassing the place where keyloggers reside. Existing and new keyloggers ca…

I received a “GuardedID® keyboard driver is not responding” warning. What should I do?

GuardedID® constantly verifies that its kernel driver is secure. Under some conditions, legitimate Windows programs might block this verification. If you type 10 characters and GuardedID® cannot verify, it will issue this warning. The recommended solution is to reboot. If that is not practical, “warm restart” your co…

How do keyloggers work?

A keylogger is a piece of software that records every keystroke you make on a keyboard. Malicious (“malware”) keyloggers are designed to avoid detection from anti-virus programs and invade your computer without your knowledge or consent when you install a program, get an email, visit a website or otherwise use your co…

How do I select the Secure Keyboard?

In order to utilize MobileTrust's keystroke protection technology, you must enable the MobileTrust Secure Keyboard on your compatible Android/iOS device. To do so, please follow the steps below which correspond to your specific device: **iOS Devices (iPhone & iPad):** Step 1: Ensure that the MobileTrust app is insta…

Does GuardedID® protect a USB keyboard plugged into my laptop?

GuardedID® protects typing from all active keyboards; the laptop keyboard and/or USB keyboard and/or PS/2 keyboard.

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