ReFog Software Releases KGB Spy 4.01

Pskov, Russian Federation (PressExposure) May 12, 2007 -- For Immediate Release

ReFog Software Releases KGB Spy 4.01

New PC Monitoring Solution With Advanced Keyword Notification.

KGB Spy is a new PC monitoring solution that works by logging every single keystroke, taking screenshots and recording clipboard contents. The software can be used for monitoring a single home PC or tracking hundreds of employees simultaneously.

KGB Spy comes with one very important feature that no other keylogger is currently capable of – advanced keyword detection and notification. The concept is borrowed from the KGB that was the first organization of its kind to use computers to get immediately notified and start recording phone conversations when one of the trigger words (like “bomb” or “gun”) was pronounced.

Another important advantage of the program is that records everything, including special language-specific characters such as umlauts. Even when a text segment is being copied rather than typed, KGB Spy will record it. In addition to that, KGB Spy records windows captions and times when different programs were launched.

It’s also worthy to mention that KGB Spy is completely invisible and can not be detected and disabled by looking at the processes list. The log files can be either e-mailed or uploaded to a remote FTP server; importantly, all log files are password-protected.

KGB Spy is distributed electronically over the Internet; free fully featured demo version is available at for evaluation.

The price of a single copy is 55 US Dollars.

If you have any questions, would like to request editor’s copy, want to inquire about special prices for volume buyers/software resellers, or have a business proposal, please contact Helen White at

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