Which Check Point Blade or feature protects against keyloggers ?
Endpoint Protection with Device Control.
If the keylogger is not recognized as a USB device, there is no way to block or control this.
Thank you for your reply. But I don't sure if we understand each other or maybe my question is not well asked. What I intended is if there is a Check Point Module or Blade which protects against a keylogger (malware) which registers your entries when you hit keys by logging or when you enter your bank codes.
Malware is fought by the Threat Prevention Blades - not one blade, but AV, TE et al.
I know that Anti-Malware blade flags one of the drivers for an HP laptop called mictray64.exe, which is located in C:\Windows\System32 folder. It tells you that there is a high risk threat and then performs a deep scan on the laptop where you cannot do anything until its done.
This is a legit find, as technically there is a keylogger built into that driver, so yes, CheckPoint Endpoint will find and protect against keyloggers.
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