As the saying goes, being informed means being armed and ready to face a problem. If you own a business and store confidential information or your company know-how’s on your corporate PC’s, you need to be 100% sure that it’s won’t be disclosed to competitors or third parties by your own employees. It’s also good to know that that you employees are actually busy doing work at their workplaces and not chatting with their friends or browsing dating sites. If you are also a parent, you would probably be happy to periodically monitor their Internet usage to keep them safe from all kinds of online threats.
If you can relate to everything above, you should definitely consider giving LightLogger a try. LightLogger has everything necessary for stealthy background monitoring of any Windows PC, be it a home system or a corporate workstation. The key feature of LightLogger is a powerful keylogger that captures every key press and allows you to intercept usernames, passwords and IM conversations. Unlike many competitors, LightLogger also captures Windows logon passwords. The software also logs the addresses of visited websites, text excerpts placed into the system clipboard and names of applications launched by the user. Once started, the program remains completely invisible to average users, so they won’t be able to force stop it and terminate the monitoring process. LightLogger supports all popular Windows versions, including Windows Vista, 7 and XP.
LightLogger will help you keep your home or work computers under full control and prevent information leaks or harassment of your children, so don’t hesitate to give it a test-drive!
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