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.