OM SPY is a software product that enables you to record all computer activity without being detected. Think of OM SPY as providing the equivalent of a digital surveillance system, enabling you to see everything your family members or employees do.
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Description: OM SPY enables you to record every detail of computer usage and Internet activity. See exactly what computer users looked at, all Web sites visited, and everything typed - OM SPY can be used at home, or in your office. OM SPY offers you the ability to view the recordings from the computer it's installed on, and remotely from any computer via the Internet - no technical knowledge is needed. OM SPY remains completely invisible to the user at all times, and automatically starts recording each time the computer is switched on, or a new user logs on.
OM SPY Secretly Record Computer Activity 7.3 OM SPY is a software product that enables you to record all computer activity without being detected. Think of OM SPY as providing the equivalent of a digital surveillance system
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