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Home Keylogger is intended for interception and recording in a file of everything that is entered from the keyboard. The program is able to work in the hidden mode and to emerge on pressing a combination of keys. Home Keylogger is able to present the recorded data in a neat way that is easy to read but at the same time fixing exactly every event that has been done. By constantly using this program you will save your time by preventing accidental data damage and loss that is frequently caused by the use of Internet. You can immediately restore the text which was typed yesterday, the day before yesterday, or one week ago. Home Keylogger will also help to recollect passwords that you have forgotten or to recover lost e-mail. Relieve yourself from accidents!
OS: Windows 95, 98, ME, NT 4.0, 2000, XP.
Very ease of use Keylogger can work in hidden mode not making itself visible to anyone. Fast access to keyboard log - just double click on tray icon. Small keylogger size and low system requirements FREE
Released: Oct 05, 2003OS: Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP
Keyboard Spectator is a multifunctional keyboard tracking software (a.k.a. key logger) that is widely used by both regular users and IT security specialists. The reason for such popularity is that this program does not just record keystrokes; it is capable of recording language specific characters (ex. umlauts), date and time certain window was initiated as well as the caption of that window. Thus, this software combines two very important qualities - it records all typed data, so that you won't lose it when your computer unexpectedly crashes, and it keeps the record of all keyboard activity. It allows you to monitor your children's activity at home or to make sure your employees do not use company's computers inappropriately. There are two versions of Keyboard Spectator - Lite and Pro. Keyboard Spectator Lite is free, contains all basic features described above and is intended for non-commercial use. Keyboard Spectator Pro is a well known, highly praised IT security oriented software that goes beyond recording keystrokes. Originally created for corporations and small businesses, it is becoming increasingly popular for home use. The main reason for that is the extended capabilities of Pro version.Unlike KS Lite, it can run invisibly in the background, record names of all executed programs, supports multi-user operating systems, has multi-lingual support, provides password reminder option and is highly stable and secure. Industry experts regard Keyboard Spectator Pro as the best low-cost non-invasive software from the key logger family. All major corporations use keyboard loggers to prevent loss of data and to monitor employees' activity; large part of them chose Keyboard Spectator from www.refog.com Keyboard Spectator is sold on a try-before-you-buy basis, which means there are no up front costs. You are given substantial time period to try and test the software to make sure this is the application you've been searching for. Download Keyboard Spectator now.
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