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27-07-2012, 05:55 #1-= TeamSpeak User =-
- Join Date
- Jul 2012
Is there any risk of being keylogged over teamspeak?
I've been offered a great business opportunity by a group of people I know, but it requires that I use teamspeak. They are VERY tech savvy and smart, and some of them have extensive knowledge from hacking in the past as a learning experience. I don't know all of these individuals personally, and so I am cautious to use any third party software with them.
I frequently manage many thousands of dollars online with my computer. I am not able to purchase another computer for this business venture at this point in time.
My question is, is there ANY WAY whatsoever that someone could force an installation of malware on my computer through teamspeak? (ie. keyloggers, remote administration tools) I do not want to take ANY chances at all. If there is any possibility at all that there are flaws in this software that could allow someone to steal my wealth, please let me know so I can discuss alternate communication methods with them.
27-07-2012, 08:36 #2-= TeamSpeak USA, Inc. =-
- Join Date
- Jan 2003
Thank you for your inquiry. TeamSpeak 3 is bullet proof when it comes to security. It is not possible to install malware on your computer using TeamSpeak.
Keep in mind to download the official installer ONLY from our website, and not from some other third party site.
Also, as a general rule of thumb, always be aware what type of hyperlinks you click on in the internet and that you install programs only from well known and established software-vendors.
Thank you for choosing TeamSpeak.
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