Powered Keylogger

Powered Keylogger

Powered Keylogger is a professional and easy-to-use security auditing tool for large and small companies, network administrators, concerned parents and PC owners. Its numerous features at a very competitive price present it as excellent software that monitors any computer activity, Internet usage, keystrokes, passwords (including Windows Logon Password and saved passwords which were never typed), incoming and outgoing e-mails and much more.

The heart of Powered Keylogger is an advanced Windows 2000/XP low-core driver which runs invisibly at the lowest kernel level of operating system providing unique stealth functions. Nobody but you can locate Powered Keylogger in your PC.

Its folders do not appear in file search and will not be found by file managing shells, it is invisible in Tasks or Processes List, among installed programs, in Start menu (unless you prefer a visible installation); it does not show up in registry or Add/Remove Programs utility and is not detectable by a list of firewalls, anti-keylogger and antivirus software.

Eltima introduces a unique and safe approach to unhide a keylogger – a secret-word, which is chosen by you, so that only you know how to unhide and can view the logs. From the logs viewer you can search through the records stored and go through a slide show of recorded snapshots.

Full-screen view will let you feel as if you were present in front of your PC all the time. You can view the logs from a remote computer – simply specify an e-mail address to automatically send the logs to and install a log viewer on a second PC.

Powered Keylogger supports Unicode and captures not only common keystrokes, but also system keys and combinations, buttons pressed in DOS boxes, Java applications and chat-rooms, PC emulators, etc.

The latest version records applications activity, showing you which programs were launched. Download the trial to see for yourself the features brought to you by Powered Keylogger and reveal all secrets you wanted to know.

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