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KeyBag 1.1 tracks computer usage, keystrokes

updated 07:40 pm EST, Tue December 23, 2008

ProteMac update KeyBag 1.1

ProteMac has launched the latest update to its keystroke recording software for the Mac, KeyBag 1.1. Designed to intercept and record every keystroke entered, the program keeps track of opened applications, conversations, and any keys pressed in the applications. New features provide improved stability, bug fixes, warnings for undesirable words, and a database cleanup interface.

Compatible with Mac OS X 10.4 or later, KeyBag costs $50 and can be downloaded from the company's website.





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  1. Apple Master 007

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Who needs this?

    Lets face it, if you need to buy this you are one of two people; a criminal looking to steal valuable info or some douchebag looking to spy on your family, spouse, kids, employees, etc...

    At least if you discover it, you know one of the aforementioned people are in your midst.

  1. ggirton

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    undesirable words

    ords-way ike-lay uck-fay?

  1. bloggerblog

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Not for douche bags

    I have a friend who owns a gas station, his employee was using the station's computer to visit bad websites, the computer got infected with spyware and viruses and almost lost his customers database but did lose his security camera recordings.

    His next employee was actively selling drugs from the station and was most likely communicating the transaction via computer.

    Maybe his next employee would steal the stations customer database list, I know this to have happened in some companies I worked at.

    I'll hardly call this software a software for douche bags, I would go as far as saying if you don't use a security software of some sort you may have a problem on your hands bigger than you thought.

    Employers who install such software should always warn their employees about it beforehand so that the evidence become valid in court.

    Besides such software is used when you suspect something and would like to verify it.

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