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Spector for Mac supports Leopard, provides keylogging

updated 05:05 pm EST, Wed December 12, 2007

Spector 3.1 for Leopard

SpectorSoft today began shipping Spector 3.1, a new version to its internet monitoring and surveillance software. The company says that Spector is the only such software available for Macs, and that it now supports Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard. Spector is designed to take periodic screenshots - from seconds to minutes apart - and store them on the hard drive for later viewing. In addition to screen monitoring, Spector can also log keystrokes, allowing parents to view all chats, emails, and websites that were visited. Spector for Mac is available from several retailers, including the Apple store, for $100, with an upgrade for users of previous versions for $50.




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  1. Athens

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    not a fan of this kind of

    I am not a fan of this kind of product, and personally think they should be banned. I have never liked the idea of key loggers.

  1. Flying Meat

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    welcome to no privacy

    america. perhaps they make a companion product that kills all key loggers at the introductory price of $5,000.00.

    i can't wait!

  1. notehead

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    trust

    Spy on your kids? Nice job building trust there, mom & dad. Good luck with that relationship.

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