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Giveaway of the day — Ultimate Keylogger Pro

Ultimate Keylogger is a software that monitors all activities on computer systems including applications, keyboard, passwords, clipboard, chat, email, and visited websites.
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Ultimate Keylogger Pro was available as a giveaway on August 16, 2011!

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Ultimate Keylogger is a software that monitors all activities on computer systems including applications, keyboard, passwords, clipboard, chat, email, and visited websites.

It sends encrypted activity reports invisibly via Email, FTP or network.

System Requirements:

Windows 95/ 98/ ME/ NT 4.0/ 2000/ 2003/ XP/ Vista or higher

Publisher:

KRyLack Software

Homepage:

http://www.ultimatekeylogger.com/

File Size:

4.25 MB

Price:

$25.46

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#56

In reference to why a program like this would be needed...... how would you know if this software was put on your computer for devious reasons? how can you tell if it is there and how to remove it? i have suspicions that a co-worker has put a program like this one on the one work computer in our small business for dubious reasons. How can I tell? How do I remove it?

Reply   |   Comment by AM Hughes  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)
#55

personally, I have no intention of spying on anyone. if you need to spy on someone, such a family member, spouse, friend, you are sick and not worth their trust. as installing it on my own PC; no way. I have invested too much money in making my PC secured, why should I want a key logger installed on it to make life easy for any hacker?

Reply   |   Comment by Yamada  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)
#54

Why on earth would anyone want to have a keylogger installed on their pc????? you have to be out of your mind to download such software and allow it to install, and install invisibly as well!

anything you type or site you visit will automatically be logged and sent to the companies servers. what are you gaining by this? all your info, your passwords, your life is stored on a server with some stranger???!!!!

Folks please wake up... stop downloading harmful products that will in the end steal your personal data.

For those of you who want to track someone, go get a life! instead of wasting time and effort on useless mind games and manipulation!

well see if this gets published or not!

Reply   |   Comment by Vision Master  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)
#53

It is funny to see how many people complain about something that is free! It would be interesting to know how many people downloaded this.

As for all the negative comments, you people need to understand just what it is that you are downloading. If you don't or just do not know how to use it, then google 'keylogger' or 'keylogger tutorial' and there are thousands of pages that will explain the workings and use of these type of programs.

The only bad part of this download, that I can see so far, is that GOTD did not put enough instructions in their "readme.txt" or within the software wrapper itself.

The program works fine and does just what it says.

I would go into more detail but most of the install and running of the program has already been commented on. (Just read the comments before you start ranting)

Thx GOTD, great giveaway :)

Reply   |   Comment by bgmaddawg  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#52

Hopefully you don't need this. If you do, and your victim is an adult, and has any reasonable expectation of privacy (he doesn't know about it), you are probably guilty of a serious crime in the U.S.

Don't use it on your spouse. Don't use it on your employee without them knowing.

If they are not allowed access to your computer, perhaps this is legal, and in fact spy programs have gotten computers back to their owner - criminals are usually quite stupid, contrary to what someone else said. Their ability to make intelligent decisions goes along with their career choice. So this could be a helpful tool regarding unauthorized use or theft of your machine. There are silent remote access programs that would be more effective. A combination of both (and even a GPS chip) is also possible.

If your computer is in a common area of your home, or you have allowed somebody to be unknowingly keylogged because you let them use your computer, you are guilty of a serious crime in the U.S., and some states are absolutely rigid about long jail sentences under wiretap guidelines even for what you believe is relatively innocent behavior with your husband or friend by spying on your own computer.

Hidden cameras and microphones fall into the same category - there is some federal statutes and state laws vary greatly... you've been warned.

Reply   |   Comment by Rob  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#51

could anybody guide how to run and use the program in Win 7. I insalled it but could not figure out.

Reply   |   Comment by Ghulam  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#50

I am running Windows 7 64 bit and for me this software installed and ran exactly as it is designed. It won't create an entry under Add/Remove programs, nor will it create a directory under c:\Program Files or C:\Program Files (x86)--This software is designed to run in "stealth" mode.
While it has options to make it less stealthy (like a option to display a systray icon and an option to broadcast a message every xx minutes that the system is being monitored), this is designed to be more or less invisible to the PC using the system.
This "invisibility" is seriously compromised if you are running any kind of AV software as virtually all known AV software will report this as a threat. However, the software appears to function well on my system, the interface is well designed and the output options varied (you can simply save the reports and screen caps to disk, email them to any email address you like or ftp the files to a server of your choice. It is ironic that many people appear to be negatively rating this software BECAUSE it does things in unconventional or "shady" ways. Well, for software like this, THAT IS THE POINT, isn't it ? We wouldn't want the "victim" to notice under Add/Remove programs that there is a key logger installed. Anyway, I rate it a thumbs up as it works at what it is supposed to do and has a well-designed interface. Thanks guys !!

Reply   |   Comment by TecKnight  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#49

I've been looking for a decent free key logger for a long time, but for monitoring of kids computers and if an app freezes on mine (e.g. word doc) I can recover what I typed. I didn't expect much but am pleasantly surprised and happy with today's offer.

Many customizable settings. Can email, ftp, and/or store reports on LAN. Specify interval for sending reports (0-60 min or hrs). Optionally clear log after sending. Can take screenshots on a custom interval and optionally include in reports. Can log apps, keystrokes, clipboard, and/or visited sites in IE. I did not test the latter 2 options.

Wish I could control the quality of screenshots as they take up a certain amt of size in the reports.

Can optionally show icon in system tray. It even offers to show a msg every N seconds or minutes.

To exit the program I had to kill it from a task manager (wmpusrvc.exe). Then I wanted to fire it up again but couldn't find it in Start Menu or on desktop or in Program Files. I had not selected the option to hide app program files. I reinstalled (it retained my previous config settings) to see where it installs--it installs into \app data\uklpr\ (I'm on XP 32-bit).

I would appreciate an exit option from right-clicking the task tray icon or from the main screen.

Can password-protect ZIP report and/or app settings, and set a hot-key to bring up app settings.

Interestingly, the top of the screen is like a brief case handle; there's a small band that's transparent and clicking there clicks the app behind it.

Help file is very light. I gotta believe more support is available either email or forums. There's v1.81 available on the web site. I can't find a change log. The screenshot shows a GUI that's nearly identical; nothing new but 2 options from today's giveaway are missing: Hide process from Task Mgr and Hide app program files.

Reply   |   Comment by Happy  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#48

#35: "i am not able to access this program through the shortcut provided. ctrl+alt+shift+S. not able to access this location too. C:\Program Data\uklpr pls suggest how to get rid of this now."

Get Autoruns from microsoft.com -- in win7 set it to run as admin -- run it. Once it gets done scanning on the 1st tab or window, search/find ukl [wmpusrvc.exe] & KLPP2Drv [klpp2drv.sys] -- if you find either uncheck the box next to it, then re-start your PC/laptop. At that point Ultimate Keylogger should be OFF.

Leave the files as-is, or run unukl.exe to uninstall if you want. You can also delete the 2 program folders, ukl & uklpr, &/or search for the KRyLack key in the registry using Regedit. The driver-related keys [KLPP2Drv] disabled in Autoruns *may* be harder to get rid of manually -- that portion of the registry can be protected, meaning you have to take ownership of the keys, then set permissions before you can delete [a PITA you may want to skip :-) ].

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#47

Big Brother is watching YOU!


„Ultimate Keylogger Pro“ – ugh!, what a harmless name for such a dangerous tool! Something like this is, from a moral perspective, extremely questionable and for me not worth to be considered!

Now there are three possibilities:

1.You could install the software on your PC to „test“ it; but why should you do that? You wouldn't spy out yourself, right? Furthermore, with this kind of „tools“ you never know to whom the gathered information will be transmitted as well!

2.You install this software on a computer to spy out other persons. And that's just reprehensible!

3.You keep your hands off it!

Because of what I mentioned above, I will not waste my time with downloading it, and thus I can (and will) not give any particular opinion about this piece of software.

With spy programs like this one – it's nothing else than just that –, I rather think about terms like (ascending from „harmless“ to „?“) MI5, CIA, KGB, MfS (Stasi), Securitate, Gestapo etc. – Did I forgot a few?

Today ALL thumbs down !!! – Unfortunately I've only got two...

Reply   |   Comment by B@skelli  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#46

#28: "Another would be to “remind” people what they should be doing with that machine, for which it allows you to display a banner each X seconds/minutes as a reminder (the default one is “All activities on this system are monitored!”)"

I'm no lawyer, but maybe that would also take care of some legal issues as well -- I'm not sure about today, but I know several years ago where I live recording people was OK as long as you told them they were being recorded... kinda the same thing as those announcements you get on hold to customer service, that calls may be monitored.

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#33: "Would you like your own activities to be monitored by anyone without your knowledge for any reason?"

What *I* would like??? If I was spending my day on eBay while at work, or if I was a teen chatting on-line, or if I got into your PC, I Certainly wouldn't want anyone monitoring my activities. If I was a burglar I wouldn't *Like* you having an alarm system, or a dog. If I was a car thief I wouldn't *Like* it if you locked you car & took your keys with you! :-)

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#39: "Is something going on here? There’s only 1 comment with any upvotes out of 30?"

I assume there's some people hoping to discourage downloads.

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#42: "Installation runs without errors but prog does not run. No possibility to start the prog manually."

With AV software off, it ran fine for me once I set the permissions for the 2 folders to All Users = Full Control [right-click folder -> Properties -> Security tab].

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-30)
#45

Ultimate Keylogger works, & seems to work well, though it's not foolproof & won't hide itself in Windows 64. It consists of 2 parts, a logger & a driver -- the driver exists to hide the program's files & processes from Windows, & it's not available in win7 64. The hardest part of install is your AV software, since if it does it's job you can't -- I had to wait for Microsoft Security Essentials to block & quarantine the app, set Security Essentials to un-block from the alert, restart, delete the program's folder, then run setup once again. Once hidden an easy way to view the files is by using Autoruns to turn off the klpp2drv.sys driver & optionally the wmpusrvc.exe app itself, then re-start. Note that while you don't have the option to hide the app in win7 64 [no 64 bit driver], you will probably need to set permissions to the program's folders to get the app to run & not crash -- otherwise it couldn't write to or access its logs.

Hidden, you open Ultimate Keylogger with a 4 key combo you set -- access is password protected. The program window that opens is where you view reports & screenshots, manage logs, configure where if anywhere to send reports, set what to log, & manage visibility -- there's an option to warn users that they are being monitored at an interval you set. By default reports are presented as an html file in your browser showing screenshots, apps opened, words typed. Note that one of the monitoring options is "Log visited websites' URL (IE)", so that may not work with all browsers. And while there is a help file, it's pretty minimal. Using Process Explorer Ultimate Keylogger had showed no CPU use more of the time, even in a resource limited XP Mode VM. That said, I couldn't monitor the impact of the driver doing it's job, hiding those files/processes, because when it's enabled & working, those things are hidden. It does stand to reason though that playing a sort of middleman, watching so it can block file names & processes from being displayed, has to have *some* sort of lag.

Installation adds the ukl & uklpr folders to either All Users Application Data [XP] or ProgramData [win7]. ukl is where logs & config data are stored, while uklpr holds the program's files -- 8 files, ~ 5 MB. Registry entries amount to a program key, a run key, & 2 keys for the driver.

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-23)
#44

Program does not work with Windows 7 64bit.

Installation runs without errors but prog does not run. No possibility to start the prog manually. Helpfile is useless. Publishers homepage is useless too (no FAQs etc.).

For deinstallation run c:\Users\All Users\uklpr\unukl.exe

Both thumbs down.

Reply   |   Comment by Ebola  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-46)
#43

@19 - petereliot "But if I use this program on my Personal Computer which nobody else is allowed to use, what could be wrong about that?"

LOL, um, nothing, if you really need to know what you've been typing.

Reply   |   Comment by kalypso  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-24)
#42

Reply to #30's question, "And what genuine, productive reason would someone have for using this?" Not much on a personal computer, but lots on company networks. As a programmer, I was once assigned the task of finding out which of 70 users was trying to hack into the company email system. While that was on a mainframe, the same situations occur on networks.

I assume that to be of use it is the intention that this software be downloaded and tried in business environments, or at least on personal computers by persons interested in business application.

Reply   |   Comment by Paul N. Alabama  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-27)
#41

The fact that it connects to the developer's website when viewing logs, makes this a no go for me. It might be to check for updates, but I am suspicious in this case.

Reply   |   Comment by Mark J  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-27)
#40

Is something going on here? There's only 1 comment with any upvotes out of 30?

Is there like a team of people just sitting around waiting for the next comment to be posted so they can downvote it? lol

Reply   |   Comment by Robert  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-27)
#39

@30 What legitimate uses does this have?
Monitor your children's internet activity. With another keylogger, I found my 13 year old son was viewing a lot of porn. I told my wife,"I would have done the same at that age, had the internet existed." In other words I was relieved that he was normal.

If your computer is and they don't reinstall Windows, you have a good chance of locating your computer.

Type a long comment in a web forum and lose it. You can get it back in the log.

Reply   |   Comment by Mark J  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-20)
#38

This web page has been blocked by BitDefender Antivirus Real-time Protection!

The web page blocked by BitDefender included objects that were either infected or likely to be infected with a virus. Your system has NOT been infected.

any clue why the website is being blocked by my av ?

Reply   |   Comment by karma  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-25)
#37

Even if this works perfectly, it seems to be designed for abuse.

Reply   |   Comment by Lobster  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-31)
#36

i am not able to access this program through the shortcut provided.
ctrl+alt+shift+S.

not able to access this location too. C:\Program Data\uklpr

pls suggest how to get rid of this now.

Reply   |   Comment by mas123  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-27)
#35

#26: "To GAOTD team. In my opinion you should not promote such software as it could be misused."

A) There's much worse out there that someone serious about doing something naughty could easily find & use. Using Ultimate Keylogger, a consumer oriented app, they'd be Much more likely to be caught. That's a good thing, isn't it? :-)

B) Anything can be misused -- that's why there's often such silly warnings on so many of the things we buy. The only way to prevent someone spilling hot coffee in their lap is to make sure they can't get hot coffee. Banning dual-use software is just as silly IMHO. :-)

C) What anyone does has consequences -- the UK lately has seen some extreme examples of what happens when people feel thay can do whatever they want. There are situations where people should have zero expectations of privacy, & should not be free to do whatever. Any parent knows kids need limits, every employer knows some employees will goof off, & everyone has the right to protect their property... something like a keylogger *might* help with all 3.

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-18)
#34

Anyone who thinks using keyloggers is ok should think twice! Would you like your own activities to be monitored by anyone without your knowledge for any reason? I don't think so! So I don't think you should monitor anyone else's activities without their knowledge. Also for those saying that a keyloggers are helpful in recovering stolen computers are wrong as:
1. anyone who steels your computer will first reinstall the whole system before using it.
2. If the system is not reinstalled straight away by the thief it will definately not be connected to internet straight away as anyone who is in the business of theft is likely to be an extra cautious person who would be scared to connect anything stolen to internet.
The rating system on GAOTD does not seem to work very well and I tested it by rating some comments and some comments I rated positive or negative got absolutely nothing.

I would stay well away from any company or site that sells or distributes any type of keylogger programme as anyone who thinks that selling or distributing a software like this is ok is not a trustworthy party in my openion (I am only expressing my own openion). I feel that if they can encourage others to buy or use their software to spy on anyone they can very well do the same to you or me for profit.

Reply   |   Comment by Havoc  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-33)
#33

To poster #4; It is perfectly legal to track users on your own computer. And any parent who DOESN"T "spy" on their own children, is a fool. Teenagers in particular are biologically wired to lie to their parents. And that is re-enforced on a daily basis by their peers. Lying to parents is both a biological and a social imperative. Again, any parent who doesn't have a "keylogger" on their children's computer is a fool.

Reply   |   Comment by Martin  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-24)
#32

Folks, just because you don't have a legitimate need for this kind of software does not mean that it's useless or that others don't have a need for it. Such comments are not useful here.

Reply   |   Comment by DrKenB  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-20)
#31

If it helps, key loggers record what someone does on a PC/laptop -- basic info here at Wikipedia http://goo.gl/rNbOd . Much like walking around with an audio &/or video recorder, consequences, legality etc. vary according to state & local laws, & of course what you do with the recordings... whether they record audio/video or someone using a PC, people generally get in trouble when they make their recording known [via YouTube, in divorce court etc.]. Avoiding detection makes sense -- Google/Bing & you can see how corp. IT for example might adapt/use malware tools [or apps based on malware code] which hide themselves in ways that most users are simply not comfortable with. Consumer oriented apps like today's GOTD, Ultimate Keylogger, don't go as far, don't operate as a root kit for example, so they're easier to detect.

For Parents...
I'd imagine detection &/or avoiding keyloggers depends a lot on how computer savvy the person using the PC/laptop is, but most any kid or teen can easily create a LiveXP or WinPE type CD/USB stick [download a zip file with everything you need other than a Windows install disc/image], & since those don't use the hard drive(s), *Any* installed software is irrelevant. And/or with a couple of simple hacks or mods, complete Windows can be installed on an external drive, including to a hidden Truecrypt VHD. With many recording apps a regular VM with mouse & keyboard integration turned off might render recording useless. OTOH not every kid/teen is going to go looking for a hardware-based logger on the back of a PC, or alternatively taking a more forensics oriented approach, while you'll find less there's nothing installed to find.

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-16)
#30

And what genuine, productive reason would someone have for using this?

Reply   |   Comment by gkc324  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-46)
#29

@6 to uninstall run the program with a red X icon in the C:\Program Data\uklpr folder.

@9 No you're not and this program does not work "ok" - This program does not work at all on my PC.

@11 Zemana ANTI-logger is designed to stop keyloggers, not provide you the funcitonality of one.

@18 I showed you valid points why this software is bad. I also walked through and showed you where it installed. I was actually going to try the software until everything ran silently and it wouldn't even let me access the program's interface (I classify such activity equal with a virus)

My only thoughts at this point are that this possibly was not designed for x64 operating systems, Windows 7, or both.

@22 I argree, something seems a bit out of place when the first 13 comments have nothing but downvotes

A message some people do not seem to understand, do not think that just because someone cannot get a software to work on their computer that they are "computer illiterate" and they do not know what they are doing. Quite the contrary, most people actually do know what they are doing, both around the computer and with software here from Giveaway of the Day. EVERY computer is different, and EVERY computer has different software in different place. If we install the same software, it can have different affects because our computers are different. You may have one update installed that makes the program actually run, but if I do not have such update, it will not run. (not meaning this program, just in general)

Reply   |   Comment by Robert  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-23)
#28

Let's emphasize what this program is for: this is a monitoring program as stated in the description. Most keylogging/monitoring programs are blacklisted by active protection programs (e.g. antivirus, antimalware, ...), so if it is detected as a threat the default behaviour would be to deny access to it (i.e. it won't run); if that's the case and you wish to try the program just allow its use in your protection program.

One of the many uses it may have is to have a machine under surveillance, so that's where the stealth thing comes in; that's why it is installed without specifying where (although I agree that the user should be given the right to install it wherever he/she pleases). Also related to the stealth part is the ability to hide the tray icon or the name of the service it uses (a service is a non interactive program grosso modo), wmpusrvc.exe (probable to disguise itself as something related to Windows Media Player).

I don't know if it's always the same but for example in my case it was installed in %SystemDrive%\Users\All\uklpr and the configs/logs in %SystemDrive%\Users\All\ukl. To uninstall it you may execute the file called unukl.exe in the installation directory.

Another case of use would be the one mentioned in #20, as a precaution measure against thieves; e.g. if you configure it to send regular logs to an email account or a FTP server you may know about the use of your stolen computer.

Another would be to "remind" people what they should be doing with that machine, for which it allows you to display a banner each X seconds/minutes as a reminder (the default one is "All activities on this system are monitored!").

Reply   |   Comment by Alex  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-28)
#27

The software seems to work well,problem is:its using too much ram,hence slowing down the system, plus i thnk it should allow users to start it manually(the program itself not the monitoring),that may solve that issue.Install this software if you really need it.

Reply   |   Comment by An¤nym!ty  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-28)
#26

An employer might use this to spy on their staff.

However I hate the whole idea of keyloggers.

Additionally, in most countries I believe it is illegal to monitor someones computer activities without telling the user that He/She is being monitored in such a manner. There are laws in place, especially in the U.K. where the use of such a program would otherwise be considered unlawful.

Do a search on these two phrases for more information:>>

1) Computer Misuse Act

2) Data Protection Act

To GAOTD team. In my opinion you should not promote such software as it could be misused.

Reply   |   Comment by John O.  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-63)
#25

to all amateurs writing that this or that antivirus/antispyware raised a red flag:

Of course it does!
As the name says, it is a keylogger!
If you want it, you should exclude it from being scanned.

Reply   |   Comment by jumbi  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-19)
#24

Ashraf's review of previous version:
http://dottech.org/gotdreviews/14415/

Reply   |   Comment by jumbi  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-27)
#23

I find it amazing the number of negative "useful comment" votes posted here.
Only 1 comment has a majority of positive votes & it has 70 of them!
8-0
Something seems to be amiss.

Reply   |   Comment by Helium2  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-35)
#22

Ok,
First of all a program like this is supposed to be stealth. So the people that think it is not working are probable the same people that are installing it when they are the only people using the computer. (See comments above). Second, you can use a tool such as Wireshark to determine if traffic is being passed anywhere it shouldn’t be

Reply   |   Comment by Cave Talker  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-25)
#21

There is something wrong with the ratings of comments, when you click yes /no to finding comments useful-bizarre things happen .

Some commments get extra negatives, some get positives instead of negatives,some get extra positives.

Is this some infection of site/practical joke/oversight of GOAD java programmers

Reply   |   Comment by mkdon  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-36)
#20

You want to install a keylogger on your own computer, or your family members to easily and quickly recover the computer (especially laptop) if stolen. It emails you the activity, and in short time you will learn the identity of the thief. In the meanwhile, set up a folder and let your email dump the files into it and periodically delete it. This is the only way to effectively recover a laptop as the other hidden programs like lojack and others really do not work.
Especially useful if you child is at college. They can set up their own mailbox for privacy and the keylogs will be sent there. It is great for laptop recovery.

Reply   |   Comment by software guy  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-20)
#19

But if I use this program on my Personal Computer which nobody else is allowed to use, what could be wrong about that? It's just as if you install a burglary alarm.

Reply   |   Comment by petereliot  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-47)
#18

Those of you wondering where is the program installed, why is it not showing up in Start Menu or Add/Remove Programs, etc. should definitely read more about keyloggers before installing...
Why do people install applications just because they are free? Most of these people will then complain that the application does not work or that it damaged their computer...

We're in the information era, so READ and GET INFORMED prior to install new software just because it's free, you're bored or whatever.

Reply   |   Comment by Gonzo  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-38)
#17

Why do you want to install a keylogger into your own computer, and you're the only one using that computer?

Reply   |   Comment by Curious Someone  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-63)
#16

I'm wondering why Zemana antilogger 1.9 isn't complaining one bit when I install & run this program... :|

Reply   |   Comment by Postbode  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-43)
#15

As #4 stated use this program or any kind like it at your own risk.
Installing this software to keep an eye on your spouse or significant other could backfire on you in a court of law.

Keylogger: A form of spyware, keyloggers work surreptitiously via software or hardware to record a user's actions without his or her knowledge. The use of keylogging can pose an ethical dilemma; hence, the legality of this form of spyware often comes into question and varies state to state.

New Yorkers who use devices to listen in on a suspected cheater’s phone conversations or monitor their internet activities, could end up behind bars

It’s not illegal to buy such equipment, but there are strict laws regarding the use of surveillance equipment or electronic devices to monitor or intercept someone else’s communications without their knowledge or consent.

The laws apply to both telephone and computer communications and include phone calls, text messages, e-mails, instant messages and chat room logs.

In New York, hacking into someone’s computer account or tapping their phone conversations is a class E felony punishable by up to 4 years in jail.

Reply   |   Comment by Phil  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-47)
#14

The program seems to be quite unstable (or is it my computer?) and it slows down my computer.
It is still visible from Windows Task Manager and directory even though I have indicated for it to be hidden.
Neither the help file nor the website is helpful.
I think that generating the UKL.ini is really a joke as it can potentially give away the game (and your email).

Windows 7 Enterprise, 32-bit edition

Tom

Reply   |   Comment by Tom  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+157)
#13

downloaded last Key Loader program offered for XP3 and was glad that I did. This type of program provided insight on information for cruising the web where I feel "Uncertain". Turn it OFF when you do believe it is not needed. Will finish reading commentators and return if feed back warrants and download for Win7. So many come and do not comment, but we all have valuable opinions to share. I am thanking GOTD and commentators.

Reply   |   Comment by cheryl  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-69)
#12

In response to #4 comment.

Without going into detail, I used a program like this on my 14 year old daughter's computer and was able to have a convicted sex offender arrested for talking to my daughter as a 15 year old. Sometimes, software like this is necessary. I will use it again if I need to.

Reply   |   Comment by Tabby  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-40)
#11

Reading the comments I've learned that there are compatibility issues and has been given away on this site several times.

With that in mind I still prefer Zemana Antilogger which was given away a few weeks ago.

My advice would be to wait until this is re-given away on this site or get hold of it via the manufacturers site.

Reply   |   Comment by Mysteryman007  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-80)
#10

hmmm, if you can track somebody else what makes your think the software isn't sending information about you back to someone? After all, it can't be tracked, right?

Think about it before you even think of using this.

Reply   |   Comment by arturo  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-33)
#9

#2 and others. This software is working OK. We are monitoring every keystroke from your computer...

Reply   |   Comment by Richman  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-63)
#8

Ultimate Keylogger Pro has been given away a couple of times. This is another minor update, but the website doesn't have a useful revision history. This type of software should capture activity well and be invisible, but in the past that hasn't been the case. It's such a nuisance to test this type of software that you can read my comment #19 from last time, http://www.giveawayoftheday.com/ultimate-keylogger-1-50/ noting that this version may be slightly improved.

Reply   |   Comment by Fubar  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-23)
#7

Hmm, the website of this product doesn't allow me to contact the makers, 500 server error...

Reply   |   Comment by Muha  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-48)
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