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#1 fu510N


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Posted 23 August 2007 - 07:04 PM

I'm not sure if this is the right forum for this but, my cousin wants to monitor all of the online activity her daughter engages in online and wanted to buy a keystroke logger. I know that a lot of times these "free" ones online end up infecting the PC with malware and viruses, so I advised she would be better off purchasing one. Does anyone have any recommendations? I'm not at all for invading people's privacy, but she's concerned because her daughter is online while the mother is at work...Any help would be appreciated...



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Posted 23 August 2007 - 10:42 PM

Here's a list of some; a lot of them have trial periods

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Posted 24 August 2007 - 07:29 AM

Please note that Keylogging tools may at times be detected by some anti-virus as a "RiskTool", "Hacking tool, or "Potentially unwanted tool". Anti-virus programs cannot distinguish between "good" and "malicious" use of such programs, therefore they may alert the user or even remove them. Such programs may have legitimate uses in contexts where an authorized user, parent or administrator has knowingly installed it. Potentially unwanted does not necessarily mean the file is malware or a bad program. It means it has the potential for being misused by others.
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Posted 26 August 2007 - 09:42 PM


I am using this for my daughters computer. It has an evaluation version, but it was not completely invisible and my daughter is good with computers. I paid around $35 I believe, it has been over a year now and I am happy with it. Adaware does find it, so I just make sure to run all the scans on her computer so I can uncheck the option to not remove it. The only thing that shows is what she types, not others response, but I have been able to get enough information from that. You have to be sure to set it to be invisible, but it is not difficult. Hope this was helpful.

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