An antivirus or security suite running on your computer may prevent you from installing or running LightLogger. Security suites take that action to make sure you approve the installation of the software. Security suites may also prevent you from viewing keystroke logs LightLogger has recorded. You can correct these problems by configuring your antivirus/security software to allow you to install and run LightLogger and to display keystroke logs in your default internet browser.
LightLogger Keylogger is safe to run on your computer. It is different from keyloggers from unknown sources that secretly install themselves on your computer. The program and its components carry a digital code signing certificate issued by COMODO (www.comodo.com
) that ensures the integrity and authenticity of the software you download. The digital certificate—combined with LightLogger's nearly six-year history of successful sales—make HeavenWard's Valery Kuzniatsou a trusted developer. Visit us at www.hwsuite.com
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The steps you take to configure your antivirus/security software depend on the brand of security software you run. Your software's help files or other documentation will explain the steps, and the software company's support site may also be helpful. In addition, examples of how to configure antivirus/security software for LightLogger along with other related information are presented in these FAQs: