Computer Keyboard Tracking Software

, (PressExposure) April 20, 2009 -- Computer keyboard tracking software hides its entire installation file from control panel and add/ remove program. Untraceable keylogger utility monitor keyboard typed characters, visited websites, typed url into a hidden encrypted logfile. Download keystroke monitoring tool is compatible with all windows operating system including windows Vista (Home Basic, Home Premium, Business, Ultimate, Enterprise, Starter), XP, ME, NT, 2003 server, 2000, 98 etc. Keyboard activity recording application records all emails, chat, passwords typed on your system in your absence. Computer keyboard tracking software captures all Unicode character with special keys like alt, tab, ctrl, shift etc. Remote keylogger program is not detected by any antivirus and bypasses all anti keylogger security. Keyboard character capture utility shows all captured data saved into logfile when needed to authorized users. Keystroke monitoring utility setting cannot be change by any unauthorized user because it is undetected and password protected. Invisible keylogger spy tool is useful for both technical and nontechnical users and there is no requirement of additional technical knowledge to run this utility. Features: * Computer keyboard tracking software monitors child, spouses and employees activity done on local system in your absence. * Multifunctional keylogger tool captures all chat conversation from all popular instant messengers like MSN, AOL, Google, Yahoo etc. * Download keystroke recorder utility records all Unicode typed keys including functional keys (F1, F2... F12) and all special keys (~%^&*@#$). * Computer keyboard character capture tool saves all typed url, visited websites into a hidden encrypted log file. * Keystroke tracker program is useful for both office and home purpose and provides interactive GUI interface.

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Press Release Submitted On: April 17, 2009 at 5:43 am
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