AllSpyMonitor makes it easy for you to accurately spy the activities of others using your PC when you are away. It secrectly logs all keystrokes, URL,and screenshot captured. You will never doubt who is doing what on your computer.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
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Description: AllSpyMonitor is a stealthy computer keylogger software which allows you to secretly record all activities of computer users including web sites visited, all keystroke (including login/password of ICQ, MSN, AOL, AIM, and Yahoo Messenger or Webmail), file operations, online chat conversation, and take screen snapshot at set intervals just like a surveillance camera directly point at the computer monitor.AllSpyMonitor lets you know EXACTLY what others do on your PC while you are away.It secretly monitors all activity while it is completely hidden from others--No trace in Add/Remove Programs, Start menu, Applications, and Desktop. AllSpyMonitor is designed for the hidden computer monitoring and the monitoring of the computer activity.AllSpyMonitor is the perfect tool for catching a cheating spouse, it is also perfect for long-term child monitoring. Imagine being able to see EXACTLY what your child is doing online. Are they being safe online? Now you'll be able know for sure so you can take action.The new version could also send the record data to appointed email inbox.
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