Does blocking direct keyboard access actually work?

Hi everyone,

In my defense policy, I block direct keyboard access on every program available, including windows system files. Anytime an alert on a new program requests keyboard access, I block that as well. I started doing this a few months ago, because it seems that even with access blocked, I am still able to type in any program I need to.

My question is, what is blocking direct keyboard access actually doing if I can still type in programs with blocked keyboard access?

I am using Comodo Firewall/Defense +, sandboxing turned off, paranoid mode, custom firewall policy. I run Windows 7 64-bit.

maybe it is making it were they cant monitor your keystrokes for something index related

CIS protects against direct keyboard access. It does not cover the use of using standard Windows calls.