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Keylogger


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ScottAz

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Windows 2000 Dell Inspiron 450 1 gig Ram


My son just turned 13 and I have a concern on his web browsing habits. He and a friend of the same age were behind closed doors and when mom walked in they shut down the monitor so she couldnt see what they were looking at.

I want to install a free Keylogger on this computer to see where he is visiting and what he is doing.

Any recommendations on a program I can use?

He knows how to delete his history and he uses window washer also so I can't backtrack.

Thanks for the help, I hope i'm just being overly protective.
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Wander

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Google yields some viable options:

Edited by Essexboy, 07 September 2009 - 03:19 PM.
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wannabe1

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Hello ScottAz...

We can't help with the keylogger...it's against our Terms of Use to help one person spy on another.

Have a talk with your son explaining your concerns. If you can't come to an agreement on his web habits, install some parental control software on the machine to limit his access.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

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