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Phil L

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I forgot my shortcut key that prompts the enter password popup for my Perfect Keylogger 1.5.3.3. Is there anyway 2 open that prompt?.. I've tried EVERY combination of keystrokes i can think of.. Anyone able 2 help me?.. ITS COMPLETELY HIDDEN except from system utilities manager so i know its still on here..
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you can go to http://blazingtools.com/ and look for yourself to see if they tell you what the keys are.

This a grey area here. this is a commercial key logger. I don't know if you intalled it or your employer installed it. To hard to tell in this format. however I feel that since spywareguide has documentation publized about it and how to uninstall it that I can refer you there:

http://www.spywaregu...show.php?id=588
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Keylogger? Isn't that a tool that spys on other people?
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Yes, it is a tool that spys on other people Rocky. But occasionally there is a 'legitimate' usage of such software. Such as on a corporate network where the use of a keylogger is stated in the employee contract or similar and can be used to track employee internet usage, etc.

It may also be used in a home environment where parents would wish to keep an eye on their childrens surfing habits or try to spot any potential paedo's trying to lure their child away somewhere. A bit extreme, I know, but it does happen. I considered using a keylogger on my15yr old sisters system after a highly publicized case of paedo's prowling chat rooms and the like. In the end her right to privacy won out. Plus the fact that I was sure that I really didn't want to know about most of the stuff she chatted about with her friends! :tazz:
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you can go to http://blazingtools.com/ and look for yourself to see if they tell you what the keys logger are.

This a grey area here. this is a commercial key logger. I don't know if you intalled it or your employer installed it. To hard to tell in this format. however I feel that since spywareguide has documentation publized about it and how to uninstall it that I can refer you there:

http://www.spywaregu...show.php?id=588


Keylogger secretly records email, chatrooms, instant messages, web surfing, program logs and more! Stays hidden and secured by your own password.

Edited by carterericron, 22 October 2013 - 01:19 AM.

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