You would have to be seriously unlucky to be caught with a keylogger on the computer. That said, of course it is possible but it would depend on your surfing habits and what you decide to download and where from.
As Fruit Bat /\0/\ says, running SAS and MBAM will certainly help you keep the computer tidy.
Thanks for the responses, I have Malwarebytes and Super Anti-spyware installed, I usually update and run these about once a week. The trouble is they don't prevent key loggers installing they only find and remove them after the event. A programme like KeyScrambler appears to prevent as yet undiscovered loggers doing any damage.
"Using a virtual keyboard isn't an absolute guarantee against having your login and password lifted—thieves can be rather resourceful, of course—but it is a good defence against hardware and basic software key-loggers."
I read somewhere that the Windows virtual keyboards were not that effective as they sent the same commands as using a normal keyboard. I don't know how Kaspersky's differs (and for security reasons I doubt that they would state how). See click here
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