Windows 10 Preview Comes with a Keylogger To Trace Your Every Move

Last week Microsoft announced the next version of its Operating system,i.e.,WIndows 10 by  providing The Technical Preview release under its “Insider Program” so as to collect feedback from it’s users and help modifying the final version of the operating system,before it’s release.But something went wrong.

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MICROSOFT WEBSITE READS:

Inside Microsoft’s Insider Program you’ll get all the latest Windows preview builds as soon as they’re available. In return, we want to know what you think. You’ll get an easy-to-use app to give us your feedback, which will help guide us along the way.

As most of us have the habit of ignoring the “Terms of Service” and “Privacy Policy” documents before downloading any software as they contain lengthy paragraphs with lots of Shit.Well,when it comes to in the case of the  Preview release of Windows 10,if you ignore as done to all the softwares,you have to pay more attention I guess. As we simply click “I Agree” and then “next”, which is not at all a good practise.

Do you guys know what permissions you have granted to Microsoft by installing Free Windows 10 Technical Preview edition??  Of Course, YOU DON’T. Well any Guess ?
Guessing is probably waste of time.Let me tell you what access you have given to Microsoft.

PERMISSION TO KEYLOG

If you are unaware of Microsoft’s privacy policy, so now you should pay attention to what the policy says. Microsoft is capturing your every move on the latest Windows 10 Technical Preview, Thanks to portions of Microsoft’s privacy policy, which states that the technology giant is using keylogger to collect and use users’ data in a variety of striking ways without the notice of the user.

THE PRIVACY POLICY STATES :

Microsoft collects information about you, your devices, applications and networks, and your use of those devices, applications and networks. Examples of data we collect include your name, email address, preferences and interests; browsing, search and file history, phone call and SMS data, device configuration & sensor data and application usage.

Essentially by accepting the Windows 10 privacy policy you are allowing Microsoft to screen your files and log your keystrokes, which means, if you open a file and type, Microsoft have access to what you type, and the file info within.

Well,this is one of the reasons why we insisted Windows Technical Preview not to be installed on computers that are used every day..So install it at  your own risk !!