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Good Home Pc Keylogger Program ?


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#1 kolwaski

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Posted 02 April 2007 - 07:56 PM

I need some good advice on a finding a good free keylogger program for my home pc . Hopefully one that my anti-spyware scanners will not pick up as spyware. I need one to keep up with what is going on on the pc while I'm away. Thanks

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Posted 03 April 2007 - 07:28 AM

I am, personally, against the use of keyloggers as a "spy" tool.

And this is coming from someone who found his (ex)wife cheating on him by accidentally stumbling upon it in the temporary internet files! I've also stumbled upon my (ex)pastor's attempts to pickup women online(other than his wife).

There are more serious issues here than the use of computer. I'd suggest that those be dealt with. The use of a keylogger is a control issue - and that control is simpler if you just password protect the system.
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Posted 03 April 2007 - 01:56 PM

Lock the case of your computer with a padlock and set the BIOS Global Password. Without clearing the BIOS (removing the motherboard battery or jumper) it will be very difficult to access your computer.
Also set your to boot the hard drive unless you need it to boot from the CD\floopy\usb. This will limit the ability of others to bypass your security.
This is not 100%, but nothing ever is. In case the trespasser is bent on gaining access, in which case nothing will stop them, this will deter the average person.
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Posted 05 April 2007 - 03:11 PM

Theres a program called powerpro that has a keylogger included in it. I've never had it detected by a spyware/virus scanner to date. To be safe, you could put your desired keylogging program in your scanner's "exceptions" or "exclusions" list, if your scanners offer that feature.




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