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You Really Are Being Watched!

Posted on July 15th, 2016 in Employee Monitoring, Mac Keylogger, Power Keylogger | Comments Off on You Really Are Being Watched!

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It’s possible that someone has been reading your e-mails, listening to your phone calls, and tracking your Internet use. No, it’s not a foreign spy. It’s not even your ex—it’s your employer. And she doesn’t even need to tell you she’s doing it.

Employers can legally monitor their workers however they want. They can log and review all computer activity as long as they own the machines. The most popular method of keeping tabs on employees is to track Internet use: A whopping 66 percent of companies monitor employee Internet activity, according to a survey released in February by the American Management Association and the ePolicy Institute. What are they looking for? Frequent visits to sexually explicit sites, game sites, and social-networking sites like Facebook on company time. Almost a third of those who said they monitor their employees have fired someone for inappropriate Web surfing.

Some companies monitor employees—tracking keystrokes, reviewing computer files, and reading e-mail—to ensure they’re staying loyal. Press leaks of confidential information and trade secrets are of legitimate concern to employers, and many will go to great lengths to make sure that their employees aren’t using company computers to pass on information to outside sources.

How They Do It

Most employers who monitor their workers use software loaded directly onto the workstations. Some applications are meant to monitor the Internet traffic of entire enterprises. There is no shortage of such software available for purchase by both companies and individuals. Programs like  can keep detailed logs of keystrokes and SMTP and POP sessions, screenshots, instant messages, and URLs visited on individual computers. some keylogger software can also be programmed to inform users at start-up that their computers are being monitored—a handy tool that can keep an employer in the legal clear.

Employee monitoring is, for the most part, completely legal. Only two states—Delaware and Connecticut—require employers to notify employees of monitoring. But most employers do (and should) make a point of alerting employees to surveillance, in order to avoid the fuzzy legal and ethical boundaries surrounding electronic privacy in the workplace. Of those surveyed who monitor their employees, 83 percent said they inform them that they’re doing it.

But not every company informs employees of its actions when it should, which can lead to serious trouble. Case in point: Hewlett-Packard. In 2006, HP hired private investigators to help find the source of information leaks. They used slimy—but legal—tactics such as digging through trash, sending fake e-mails loaded with hidden tracking software, and tailing journalists who were communicating with HP employees. They crossed the legal line when they used pretexting, or posing as someone else in order to get phone records. The chairman of HP and half a dozen board members resigned or were fired as a result, and the entire debacle shed new light on the possibilities of employee monitoring in the digital age.

E-mail monitoring can be particularly tricky. Employers can look through old e-mail, but monitoring e-mails in real time as they come in and out is still a gray legal area. An employer may intercept communications where there is actual or implied employee consent. Implied consent has been found where the employer simply gave notice of the monitoring. The only area that is definitely off-limits is employees’ personal laptops and hard drives.

How Do You Know?

If you’re using a company-owned computer, it’s probably a good idea to assume your activity is being monitored. And unless you’re using encrypted e-mail, you should try to avoid using your work e-mail address for personal correspondence. If that’s not realistic, then a good rule of thumb is to read every e-mail before you send it, and think about how your boss might react if he or she were reading it.

In most cases you can detect monitoring software the same way as other spyware. Any application firewall, such as Norton or McAfee, should be able to find unauthorized applications on your computer. Of course, in the case of monitoring by your employer, it’s likely that IT installed the monitoring app and has therefore set up rules to allow the application to work with your firewall while remaining invisible in the background.

Some antispyware programs can detect and even remove keyloggers. If you install a program like , you’ll probably be able to figure out whether you’re being monitored.

If a spyware scan isn’t revealing anything and you’re still apprehensive, you can check for any suspicious processes that are running. It’s hard to weed out the normal processes from the foreign ones, however, unless the invasive program creates an obvious folder or process (YouAreBeingWatched.exe). And some monitoring software, uses rootkit techniques, so you can’t even see its processes or files. Hit Ctrl-Alt-Delete and go to the Task Manager to see a list of processes running on your workstation. You may get lucky if you’re really familiar with your computer’s processes, or if the program really does use an obvious name (some programs do).

Of course, the easiest way to find out whether you’re being monitored is just to ask your employers. Ethical considerations will most likely push them to tell you the truth, and they probably know that if they lie it could be grounds for legal trouble later on. The responsible employer should create an Acceptable Use Policy to make what is appropriate in the workplace completely clear. But if you think you’re being watched (and you’re pretty sure it’s not the CIA or your ex), try a standard spyware detection program or monitor your computer’s processes.

If you do find you’re being monitored, depending on the circumstances, you might be able to take legal action against your employer. The only legal limit on workplace surveillance comes in the form of the ECPA (the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, passed in 1986), which prohibits employers from deliberately eavesdropping on personal conversations. The ECPA does not protect any kind of communication except the spoken word, though, so your every action while at work, including personal e-mails, is most likely subject to review by your employer. You might not be able to take your employer to court for watching you at work, but at least you’ll know to quit spending so much time playing on the company dime.

Spy on My Husband’s Computer

Posted on June 23rd, 2016 in Mac Keylogger | Comments Off on Spy on My Husband’s Computer

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If, like many out there, you have a If, like many out there, you have a sneaking suspicion that your husband may be up to no good and may be playing around, you might be interested in knowing how you can spy on his text messages?suspicion that your husband may be up to no good and may be playing around, you might be interested in knowing how you can spy on his E-mail and Facebook ?

It’s quite often obvious that a cheating husband would be using his E-mail to contact the other party, whether by making direct Facebook message with them, or more often than not, by Facebook messages that they think are a safe way of communicating because they can be instantly deleted from the cell phone’s history. At the same time, incoming text messages from a secret lover can also be instantly deleted after reading, so even getting hold of his phone is not going to give you any clues about his cheating behavior.

The good news is, due to technological advances in software, there is now a way that you can monitor your husband’s computer – and even his E-mail and Facebook, if you want to go that far.

I’m not going to go into the legal issues, here. Suffice to say that in many countries and states it would be deemed illegal to spy on somebody else’s computer without their permission. I’ll leave it up to you to find out your own particular laws where you live. There are also disclaimers, warnings and further legal advice at the websites of the vendors of these products. Let me just point out that it certainly is not illegal to buy such spying programs – you just need to be careful at how you use them.

That said, the products themselves nowadays are very reliable and come with a variety of functions and applications. Once downloaded to the target computer, you will be able to get information sent to a secure online server from where you can retrieve it all whenever you wish and at your own pace. And you can do this from anywhere in the world using whatever internet-ready device that you have to hand – including your own mobile phone.

You may frequently see that there are a number of Windows devices monitor software, however, you can hardly find a monitor software for Mac.

Fortunately, now we found a Mac Monitoring Software, which can record email, chat, keystrokes, screenshots, website and other all user activities on Mac computer.

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Usually, the kinds of things you can monitor vary depending on how much you want to pay. At the lower end, a basic package would give you the limited ability to spy only few things, or have limited data saving time. But Mac Keylogger is different, the different plan just have using time different. The function is all the same.

Another aspect of all of this that you should know about is that once installed on the target Mac, the software that does all of this monitoring for you is completely invisible to the user. He won’t know that it’s there and will have no way of knowing that you now have a secret window on his world that is revealing all his cheating ways to you.

I hope I’ve given a little insight into what these spying programs can do and how they work. Many thousands of cheated on people have found out the truth of the matter by using these techniques, and this has then enabled them to do whatever they need to do about the situation and get on with their lives. If you need to know how to monitor your cheating husband’s E-mail and Facebook, this is probably the cheapest, quickest and most anonymous ways of doing it and it simply works. No more misery, no more guesswork and no more anxiety from wondering what he’s been getting up to all the time – this will help you get to the truth – and FAST!