Record and analyze PC activity, track chats, keystrokes, users passwords and clipboard invisibly with Elite Keylogger 4.6! Record e-mails sent or received, view sites visited and analyze applications' activity locally or remotely at home or in office
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:10
Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Description: Track and record detailed PC activity in absolutely stealth mode with Elite Keylogger 4.6!
Elite Keylogger includes several integrated stealth modules that record: chats, instant messages, emails, websites visited, absolutely all keystrokes, each and every program launched, all passwords and even Windows logon password, usernames and time they worked on your computer, desktop activity, clipboard and more.
With Elite Keylogger, the best selling covert surveillance software, you can easily and invisibly monitor and record PC and Internet activity everywhere: in your home or in your office.
Elite Keylogger 4.6 allows monitoring your computer locally or remotely (you can receive all the logs via e-mail).
Elite Keylogger 4.6 provides the equivalent of a digital surveillance history so that you can see exactly what your family members, neighbours, spouse, employees or other users are doing on the computer while you are away. Elite Keylogger 4.6 works absolutely secretly saving all the recordings in a hidden location only you know about, all the logs are encrypted and cannot be viewed by anyone but you.
The improved Elite Keylogger 4.6 features full Windows 7 x86 support. New randomly generated drivers are not detected by any antivirus so now Elite Keylogger even more invisible than before and only you know it is currently running.
Moreover, with Elite Keylogger 4.6 you can secretly copy recorded logs to USB drive. We've also added new algorithms to decode large logs by reading them in portions.
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