[ US /ˈkiˌstɹoʊk/ ]
[ UK /kˈiːstɹə‍ʊk/ ]
  1. the stroke of a key; one depression of a key on a keyboard
    the number of keystrokes was used as a measure of work
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  • Spyware has the ability to trace your every keystroke, and may record things such as passwords, credit card numbers, email addresses, and other personal information.
  • Every keystroke on the terminal goes over the network unencrypted.
  • In addition there is an audible "tink tink tink" noise with every keystroke when typing in text edit etc...what in the world?
  • You can assign keystrokes to buttons for games that don't support joypads natively, allowing keyboard or mouse emulation.
  • The latest update to your trusty old word processor can barely keep up with your keystrokes.
  • the number of keystrokes was used as a measure of work
  • But then, what if the spyware captures your keystrokes and stores them for later retrieval?
  • These applications collect user surfing patterns and sometimes keystrokes and send the information to servers to target advertising to users' desktops.
  • MC even gave me access to the mystical chown/chmod attributes with just a couple of keystrokes. Archive 2007-08-19
  • A spyware program will record every keystroke and e-mail as well as every web page you visit and every chat session.
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