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Ultimate Keylogger Giveaway

Giveaway of the day — Ultimate Keylogger

Ultimate Keylogger monitors all activities on computer systems including applications, keyboard, passwords, clipboard, chat, email, and visited websites.
$29.95 EXPIRED
User rating: 329 (26%) 924 (74%) 119 comments

Ultimate Keylogger was available as a giveaway on March 7, 2009!

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Ultimate Keylogger 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.

Ultimate Keylogger is the popular all-round monitoring solution. It monitors all activities on computer systems including applications, keyboard, passwords, clipboard, chat, email, and visited websites. To avoid tampering of the software, it features a unique file protection. Ultimate Keylogger is completely undetectable. During monitoring sessions it will not be listed in the task manager. The software can be installed in less than five minutes and runs maintenance free. Ultimate Keylogger displays reports in web format or sends zip-compressed and encrypted activity reports invisibly via Email, FTP or network. Ultimate Keylogger has a password protected interface and hot-key combination for accessing the application. All recorded information is stored in an encrypted file. Ultimate Keylogger does not consume computer resources.

System Requirements:

Windows 95 , Windows 98 , Windows Millennium , Windows NT 3.x , Windows NT 4.x , Windows XP , Windows2000 , Windows2003 , Windows Vista Home Basic , Vista , Windows Vista Home Premium , Windows Vista Business , Windows Vista Ultimate , Windows Vista Ultimate x64


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File Size:

2.02 MB



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i have problem with refog keylogger? someone put it on my pc? i caant remove? they need password? so how can i remove???? its not god thing to do with? thank u need helpp relly

Reply   |   Comment by Nadya  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

im new here so please bare over with me, if its the wrong place for my question. number 86, wrote about getting in to safe mode . i have the same problem as he had and how did you get in to safe mode please. i cant see any icons and the hotkeys keylogger should open with dont work.

Reply   |   Comment by myanne  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

I think this is classed as a "hack tool" if I'm not mistaken, unless your monitoring yourself, and the anti Virus will defiantly catch this as a hack tool mostly because it is one

Reply   |   Comment by akram  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

It works wonderful, it does what is stated, excluding the "" does not consume computer resources"".
Is it spyware?? I don't know, Microsoft -- AND AVG free do not detect anthing.

Reply   |   Comment by Adrian  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Can be used for NOTHING1

Reply   |   Comment by Alexandra  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

I really liked this program for monatoring my sister (she frequently sneaks onto my laptop), and i found it very and i mean very! Good.

This program blocks out passwords so you obviously can't be called a hacker for knowing their password, and it also taks screens of what they are doing and downloading.

But i found on both good and bad side that it can't be shut off without a password and cannot be shut down my the task manager. This can be good as my sister can't shut it off, but bad as i can't either if i forget the pass.

Overall i think im going to give this a thumbs up for standard use's.
Crap name though...

Reply   |   Comment by Lewis Creamer  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

The problem: after downloading the program, some message about the giveaway being expired came up. I think GTOD was mixed up on the standard time to daylight time switchover here in the U.S. and that's the problem.

I've installed many GTODs and never had one problem until last night.

I voted a rare thumbs down because it does not install. Sorry.

Reply   |   Comment by Comful  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

gergn...if he was smart he would find your windows key...reninstall windows (with a window iso disk) and then use your key :D
if i stole a laptop (witch i won't) thats what i would do...but then again..im a computer geek :D

Reply   |   Comment by Nicholas  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Only the guilty has something to hide so why the "why would anyone want this" people be against it? I have 2 teens, 1 pre-teen. In a world where they are going 300 ways, its hard to keep up. They don't always tell you everything and for those who THINK they have a close, open relationship with their kids, time to check into rehab. This is a good program to ensure that when your kids are facing you in the hallway, smiling making you think everything is fine, then running off to their computer to set up a get-to-gether with some stranger, this would be a god send. Also having it on your computer just may also keep you out of trouble too in the even some long lost love emails you. LOL.. it's a good program, if anything to keep you in the know as to what your kids are REALLY doing online. Thanks GAOTD.

Reply   |   Comment by tc1uscg  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

These comments are so sad it's funny. It's a keylogger for monitoring activity on your computer. And the developer says it's a keylogger for monitoring activity on your computer. It's uses a type of technology that's used in spyware. However, to be a monitoring program it must do this practically by definition. If you're uncomfortable with that, you can get programs that only do the screen snapshot function and don't keylog. If you need it, get it. If you don't, chill out. For those who say the developer lied by saying it was undetectable - no, you just didn't understand. The developer meant that there's no outfront evidence to be seen by someone just sitting down to work on your computer.

This sight has degraded some because people want to appply their own narrow, rigid view of the world to everything. Take yourself way too seriously much? Let me explain real slowly to those who just don't get it. The purpose of this comment section is mainly to discuss 3 things.
1. Does this software offer attractive features.
2. Does it do what it says it does.
3. Does it do it well.

That's it. If you want to burden people with your self-absorbed and often ignorant opinions which are either off topic or incredibly out of touch with the realities of the software, START YOUR OWN BLOG.

Reply   |   Comment by watcher13  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

This is used for spying...like on workers accessing info or pay systems they shouldn't.
Anti is the opposite and finds them and prevents them.

Reply   |   Comment by Anthony  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

I like GAOTD, but seriously...

I'd love to be the guy who programmed this. I bet he has millions of credit card and bank account numbers.

"Free? Hell yeah I'll give it away free!"


Reply   |   Comment by Sprung  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)

don't down load this.it might contain spy ware.when i tried my system got attacked started restarting for nearly 10 times automatically.even in safe mode.I fixed it.certainly not a good one.MY SUGGESTION 4 GATD PEOPLE IS FIRST TEST THE PROGRAMS AND OFFER TO YOUR LOYAL MEMBERS.

Reply   |   Comment by mahesh  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

EVERYONE: Here's a much better and -FREE- keylogger:


It's beautifully simple, and since it's open source, you can read the code yourself to see if it's really trying to 'phone home.' (If you can do that kind of thing.)

Reply   |   Comment by Robert  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Hmm... maybe instead of GOTD saying their software is "spyware free,"
today they should say "free Spyware!"

Reply   |   Comment by Howard  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)

So, yeah. I was gonna test this against one or more anti-keyloggers, but when I run it it says some part of the program needs me to have a later version of windows. That's problem #1.

Problem #2 was when I tried uninstalling it. It told me I wasn't authorized to do so. If it isn't obvious, Windows Me doesn't have "administrator accounts" or even real user accounts. There should be no reason for this message. I guess I could try using the worthless login feature ME has and try again.

It's not crucial because I didn't get a chance to tell it to load on every boot. Don't worry, I checked msconfig.

Obviously, I didn't run into any horrible problems, just ones that stop me from using it or learning anything about it.

Reply   |   Comment by R G  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

75 Racos, Yes it is legal as long as people know it is being done.
A network usualy has an administrator and that computer regulates and also watches all the others.

If you use a network computer you are being watched. To what degree is the question.

Gathering and using information with such programs is where the real problem comes in. You can listen to peoples phone conversations but if you record them and use them against another without permission then that is a case for the lawyers.

There is a fine line between legal and illegal.

Reply   |   Comment by Kelly  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

Like some of the above, I will be installing this on my kids puters as well.
Given the time, I'd better get going!

Reply   |   Comment by Gray  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

What is this used for except spying?

Reply   |   Comment by Sasafraz  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

This type of software can be an essential tool for parents who suspect their kid may be involved in a dangerous activity and need more information. Unfortunately I was in that predicament a few years ago and I am thankful that I had a monitoring application at my disposal.

From the above comments it appears that this particular giveaway is troublesome and nearly worthless. I have picked up some very useful GOTD software in the past and have also gratefully read some very useful comments from the readers. So, for parents looking for a recommendation in this type of software I would suggest doing research on SpectorSoft's Spector Professional. Cost is a negative but your child's safety is worth? If you keep it updated it will stay ahead of the anti-virus/malware/keylog software and run undetected.

For all the naysayers, I respect your comments and wish there wasn't any need for this type of software.

Reply   |   Comment by Wright  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

zbuckman. An anti keylogger is a program that stops a key logger from being installed on your computer, or informs you of such a device! Its like a antispyware but for keyloggers.It can protect you from having such a device put onto your machine online without your knowledge!

A Key logger is a program that will detect and keep stored any keys or sites a person visits.
Its basically a program for parents to spy on their kids, or for a person to spy on their girlfriend or boyfriend, husband or wife!
In this program it emails copies of the persons conversations while on msn messenger or via their emails.

One has to ask why anyone would need this?
If the trust is gone to the point that you have to spy on your significant other, then face it! Its over!

If its for the parents to watch where or what their kids are up to, then perhaps it has a purpose!
I personally think talking to your kids and knowing who they talk to or go to is the more important thing!
You can't always monitor your kids but again its important to know where they are, versus spying on them.
If you break the trust with them, then its also over as no one wants to be spied on!
However, if your kids lie to you most of the time, or you suspect them of taking drugs, then it could be the tool to watch what they are up to!
A gamble if they find out but if nothing is of concern, it can be removed quickly and then your mind is at ease!
I hope this helps your query? Hugs

Reply   |   Comment by Tylicia  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

To uninstall:
Look for the uninstaller in the Ultimate Keylogger folder:
This should be in C:\Program files\Common Files\Ultimate Keylogger\
(look for unukl.exe and double click on the exe)

..or use your windows search option.

Reply   |   Comment by ~Robert~  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

I was testing TimeSnapper Pro, and it supports domains and URL's via Firefox, Chrome, and IE8, but not Opera. I never thought much of Opera, but the latest versions have great features, but nothing supports it, because it lacks API's. I don't trust Opera yet, but according to Secunia's 2008 report, it had about the same number of vulnerabilities as the other major browsers, except Firefox, which had almost four times more vulnerabilities than the others. I was amused by its own test of its own website, it's as funny as Microsoft's blunders.

Reply   |   Comment by Fubar  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

I don't kow about the USA but things are different in Europe (in my case Germany).

People are no robots, people need some privacy. Even at their work; and I'm not just talking about the bathroom. Even when the bathroom is part of a company and under responsibility of the boss, you will not be spyed upon. I'm sure this (in case of the bathroom) is the same in the USA.

Ofcource the output of your work is controlled, but there is even a law that grants you some privacy at your work.
When you work for a boss, he is comiting a criminal offence when he would be spying upon you with a keylogger.
You can only be monitored when the monitoring is explicit and part of controlling the output of your work (like in callcenters).

In my country keyloggers cannot even be sold because that would be seen as luring people into a criminal offence (using that keylogger).

Ofcourse there is internet making boundries fading away. I can download the keylogger and even set it up. But as soon as I would be using it to spy upon anyone, it would be a criminal offence.

I'm sure people can think of situations where a keylogger comes in handy, but many thing could come in handy and are still not legal (my neighbours car can be very handy, but I am not allowed to take it).

When you spy upon your kids I very much doubt your parental skills. There certainly is not an atmosphere of trust.
The same is true for spying upon your spouse. Better talk about your concerns or just both go your own way. Spying is just terrible; and so is this tool.

Reply   |   Comment by Herman  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)

C'mon guys, you can do it better then this. This software is a keylogger for gods sake.

Reply   |   Comment by Decon  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)

Funny thing. When you use nice language & give an honest opinion whether or not anything can be construed as insulting, your comment doesn't get posted. I'll try again.
I wouldn't touch this offer with a ten foot pole. I can read & I've seen the issues others are having with it. This seems a not ready for prime time offering. Couple that with issues with security software which I pay big bucks for & the fact that I have zero use for anything remotely resembling something to spy on my family & I just plain old pass. Surly GOTD has something better to offer.
At least you'd think so. Even when I had an office all this would do is insult my best employees. In fact they'd probably quit on me. I know I would if If I thought my boss couldn't trust me. You earn trust & I paid my dues. My people did too.

Reply   |   Comment by ww2vet56  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)

I don't know why there are so many negatives for this program. For me, this software is a godsend. I bought this actual program a couple of years ago (a 1 year subscription) and let it lapse. I have 3 teens and two computers and this software allows me to keep tabs on where they're going and who they're talking to without having to restrict programs or web pages.

Also, this program does an outstanding job of hiding itself from snooping children looking to disable it. I'm sure it's hackable, but I'm a programmer and it would be a strong challenge for even me to disable it since they don't have access to anything other than standard accounts. The administrative accounts they don't have pw's for.

Seriously, if you have rugrats that you want to allow to be on social networks but don't want to make them feel like they're always being interrogated, this is a great solution.

Reply   |   Comment by Christopher Estep  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

I didn't read all of the comments, but there is one prime use for this that I can see....monitoring your child/childrens activities online. I would have loved to have this years ago. The net can be a dangerous place for a trusting child, and I don't care what you say, you cannot monitor them every minute.

Reply   |   Comment by Dee  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8)

I wish those who said today's Giveaway ruined their hard drives, would elaborate on what they meant by "ruined."

If you installed this on a laptop and you were traveling and the laptop was stolen, would anything this program does, help track down the thief and recover the laptop?

There are valid times when it's wise to be able to monitor what others are doing when they use your computer...especially for keeping an eye on kids and for knowing what your friends or other family members are doing if they use your pc. For example, you would want to know and you wouldn't want to be the one to get in trouble if your uncle happened to spend part of his time at a family get-together at your house, viewing child porn on your pc!!!

This free keylogger's page points out some good uses for a keylogger that don't involve spying at all...
Home Keylogger is able to present the recorded data in a neat way that is easy to read but at the same time fixing exactly every event that has been done. By constantly using this program you will save your time by preventing accidental data damage and loss that is frequently caused by the use of Internet. You can immediately restore the text which was typed yesterday, the day before yesterday, or one week ago. Home Keylogger will also help to recollect passwords that you have forgotten or to recover lost e-mail. Relieve yourself from accidents!

Reply   |   Comment by Spiritwolf  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

@#3, gergn: Are you nuts? If your laptop gets stolen, a clever thief can read out everything YOU did (online banking, email correspondence, passwords, etc.)!!!

Reply   |   Comment by Mike  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)

HELP, I installed this but when I open it it asks for a password. no matter what I type in it says it is wrong. Can't uninstall using the program link, but unistalled via glary utilities and reinstalled several times with the same result.

Any help would be GREATLY appreciated. Program has never opened on my computer, even after install it wanted a password for first run.

Reply   |   Comment by Scott  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)

I will pass on this. From reading the comments, I can see this is a waste of time. Thanks anyway GAOTD team.

Reply   |   Comment by gpc111  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)

I downloaded the similar program to this and I love it. Yes spybot does detect it and so does the other programs. BUT, this is a wonderful program if you are tryin to watch your kids, husband, boyfriend,......or whoever. The other program is keylogger personal monitor....and I love it,...it just sucks that its a trial program that only lasts for 14 days! This one is great for me!!!

Reply   |   Comment by erin  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

I installed it on Vista 64 and have not run into a single problem.
I have SuperAntiSpyware and Spybot running and no problems.
I like the program, If I go out of town for a week. I can see if someone in the family has booted up my computer and what and where. As what they are doing.
I like it.

Reply   |   Comment by james0622  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

installed onto windows pro xp sp3. ticked the hide UK from processes box then on restart it cleared the desktop of icons & the default ctrl + shift + s wouldn't work & then pc wouldn't let me load safe mode. eventually got into safe mode by a different route & called up UK. unticked the hide UK from processes box & desktop came back. now i have uninstalled it. nice gui but after this experience i can't trust it. a nightmare.

Reply   |   Comment by lei  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)

DL'd, installed, activated without difficulty on XP SP3.

Had a browse around it. It does what it says it does -- well, almost: it definitely didn't record written stuff, so if I was, for example, worried about my child authoring some text prior to uploading to a "friend" elsewhere, that text would remain elusive.

(To be fair: setting the screen capture to a greater frequency would resolve that but the result would be more pictures than there are in the National Gallery.)

The software was installed with Comodo temporarily disabled, because Comodo would probably have had a nervous breakdown if asked to confront this particular product.

Software's options are good and I particularly like the one to flash up a warning message and scare the life out of someone making unauthorised use of any computer I own.

But then: I'm not in a corporate environment and I don't have anyone else using my computer so, after the test run, that was it: Ultimate Keylogger uninstalled (going through its own uninstall routine, because Revo couoldn't do it for me -- also, as I'm lost without the comfort provided by Revo, I went here:


to be on the safe side.)

Verdict: this is not software from the Evil Empire as some of the more hysterical souls have said on here.

It's surveillance and monitoring software, a torch that can be shone on your computer whose light won't be seen by anyone using that computer.

If you need such a light then fine, go ahead and shine it.

If you don't, then let this particular GOTD pass you by: coming on here to review something you haven't got but merely wish to display moral outrage over doesn't help anyone.


Reply   |   Comment by MikeR  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)

sad that theres no edit button.

version from here is 1.10.02 and homepage is version 1.10.01?

Reply   |   Comment by testman  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)

Stop saying your anti-virus is detecting spyware. DUH, that's how it works. It is looking at what you type so it can send it to your e-mail.

Also, the difference between this and the Zemana Anti-Keylogger is that the anti-keylogger will get rid of keyloggers. Keyloggers are bad if you get one from another software that'll send all your username/passwords to whoever made the software.

As for how good this software is, I don't know. It's not really worth trying out unless you want to know passwords from other people that use the same computer as you, like family. Or if a friend comes over, and then you could pull a prank or something. But then you're just a creeper

Reply   |   Comment by pr3mium  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-5)

i tried this on my test rig with zemana and this logs everything, zemana dont have any clue of this app O_o

Reply   |   Comment by testman  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

If you run into a problem with this like I did, My desktop GUI disappeared... Just hit control alt shift and s, then uninstall that way. It made my desktop unusable, seems it conflicts with commodo firewall in a serious way.

Great program for parents who have kids on the internet a lot though. For me with my security setup it is fail

Reply   |   Comment by paranoid  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

Whatever may be your legitimate use (or not) for this software (and alike) think twice. For two good reasons:
1 - You must consider all legal implications.
2 - You need to know what you are doing and have the tech knowledge to assess if you can trust the programmers/distributors...
As to #49: many (too many) trusted their spouse and did get disppointed... I never suspected my wife and my wife never gave me reason to suspect but if you have reasons to supect her (assuming that you are not paranoic) possibly there is something wrong going on... from one side or the other!

Reply   |   Comment by Giorgio  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

@Ashraf (#18)

> The Bad
> * Constantly tries to add itself to start up programs list
> * No way to exit program bar Alt + Ctrl +Del.
> * You can only uninstall UK (Ultimate Keylogger) via UK/UK Folder.

These are essential basic functions of a keylogger or any spyware.
Sorry, but you're demonstrating again that you don't know anything at all about IT.

Reply   |   Comment by Sauerkraut  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-7)

#42 - Four years "invested" in "World of Warcraft" huh? Wow, what a productive use of your time.

I'm not a huge fan of keyloggers either - but like any other software, they have a legitimate use. There are some cases where an "invasion of privacy" is appropriate.

- When employees steal from their company by playing World of Warcraft endlessly on company time for instance

- When kids under your care are getting themselves into dangerous situations online

- Cheating spouse...that's a judgement call, but if I suspected my spouse was ripping off family finances via online gambling (putting the entire family in jeopardy) I'd want to know.

Every week in the USA there's a story about some teenager committing suicide because of some nightmare thay got involved with online.

So wise up dude.

Reply   |   Comment by Roj Blocoyevik  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)

I installed on XP SP3, setup went fine, now it is hidden and after I did a restart my desktop load and then goes blank, no gui!!!!!
I can bring up the ukl fine with the default ctrl,shift,alt,S command but I need to turn this shit off. It made commodo go apeshit when installing and I think it has corrupter a file somewhere I have no desktop GUI help! I don't feel like reinstalling my OS right now.

Reply   |   Comment by me  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

This is kind of worrying.

Even the hackers trying to get peoples credit card details using keyloggers have to buy software!

GOTD, you've just got a big potential audience to come and get their *Warez* for free right here!!

I feel like you're offering a loaded gun to a seriel killer.

I agree with a few comments today, Especially "If your children can't be trusted on your PC then perhaps they should be banned from it"


Is this another way of saying "You SHOULD have got our anti-keylogger a few days ago"?

Peoples privacy is'nt something we should interfere with, there's people fighting to stop things like this happening.

I can't even give this a thumbs down as I have to pretend it's not here :-(

Reply   |   Comment by Mohammad Patel  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-8)

WOW....just when you think normalcy has returned.....8(

GOTD is offering this for those that MAY need it.....8)

@15 Kelly...just for the record...there is NOTHING illegal about this program....including using it by the bosses at work...while it may indicate a severe lack of trust on the job for them to use this, there is nothing illegal in doing so...any activity that takes place on the computers at work is the responsibility of the company managers...there is NO illegality in doing this...as to a library or other "public" computers the same applies...the person or organization responsible for the computers is also responsible that they don't get misused...

you ALWAYS have the choice to not go to that location and use "their" computers...AND you have NO personal rights in the workplace to keep anything like this off of your computer if the person in chage wants to use it...I am certified in this field so I am sure of this...

as to it's practical use...about the only reason it would be used is to detect suspicious activity by a person on the computer...such as a child you want to monitor or heaven forbid a worker is being monitored...

as to it's use along side of antikeylogger software...kinda defeats the purpose....8)

Have a GREAT day all!

Reply   |   Comment by Rakos  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Just the name of todays product Keylogger turned me off on this product No Thanks!!!
I give this one a thumbs down.

Reply   |   Comment by Paul  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)

Wow. As soon as I start installing I get half a dozen messages from Norton that it's a key logger. If it sounds too good to be true (undetectable and no comp resources) it's probably no good.

Reply   |   Comment by Jake  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-5)

#4 (and every other whiner too lazy to download the software and check it out for themselves) - The difference between this software and some other software. There may not be any difference between them at all - so what?

What's your point ?

MOre importantly - Why are you posting a lame (and lazy) question in the area of the site that is set aside for REVIEWS ?

Are you unable to read? It states pretty clearly this area is for reviews of the software. It's not a tech support or general discussion forum.

Do you feel entitled to something totally new and different every day?

Is there some reason you can't go to the publishers' websites and/or download the software YOURSELF to check it out?

Are you unable to go to the GOTD forum (where it is appropriate to discuss the pros/cons of various software)

If so- get over it.

GaOTD doesn't guarantee that what they offer is never going to overlap... in fact there's plenty of overlap here - just look at all the video converters :-).

The idea behind this site is that publishers give their wares away for +/- "free" (no updates, no tech support, etc.) so you'll try them out YOURESLF. Then maybe you'll buy a license when this one expires or the next version comes out... or maybe you'll buy one of their other "fine products" off to the right of the giveaway. Win for them, Win for you... and at the same time Slava makes a little dough by having a site that generates a lot of traffic and eyeballs. Win for him.

My point is - download, install and try them out. Find out FOR YOURSELF what the differences between software packages are - Stop posting your lame (and lazy) questions here in the *_REVIEW_* area of the site... and instead, post your REVIEW.

Get it?

Once you've tried them out YOURSELF and written a review, maybe you'll be the next Asschaff or Fubar. Kings of utility software reviews


Reply   |   Comment by Roj Blocoyevik  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-16)

Interesting, the 'beta testing' comments on the keylogger spy.
However, a much cleaner approach might be right at your fingertips.
Microsoft has built in keyloggers i.e. 'index.dat',History folder,cookies etc. Why not just check their/your "MSN" logger logs? LOL
Or maybe the alleged incompetent 'other' using the PC is a little smarter by cleaning their tracks. LOL Rest assured if someone is...shall I say 'fudging around' all you have to do is check those index.dat files regularly. Well, you can't just check them, you probably have to install a little program to find them, and read them like 'IEHistoryView'. Here is the URL for this little program: http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/iehv.html It has a good explanation on the download page so that you can see how it works. Here is an interesting tid bit on how microsoft he..he.. logs your info below:
Most URLs that you visit are saved in the History folder. However, Internet Explorer also saves the last 25 URLs that you typed in the following Registry key: "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\TypedURLs
By default, IEHistoryView doesn't display the URLs list from the Registry, but you can change this setting by choosing the "Display Typed URLs" option under the View menu. If this option is selected, the URLs list in the Registry are displayed, in addition to the list of all URLs stored in the History folder. You can distinguish between the 2 types of URLs by looking at the 'Hits' column or at the one of the dates columns. As opposed to the URLs extracted from the History folder, The URLs from the Registry doesn't provide any additional information except the URL itself, so the other columns contains 'N/A' string (Not Available).
Be aware that the typed URLs list can only be displayed for your local system. You cannot view the typed URLs list if choose to watch the history data from another computer or from another operating system". Another little program I use is on occasion is from the same 'Nir Sofer' called 'IECookiesview': http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/iecookies.html IMHO these two little programs may..he..he.. give you peace of mind.
Anyway, there you go these little apps are a 'special' give away today on GAOTD.
Cuddo's to GAOTD for their labors.
And, of course all of you that make this all possible!

Reply   |   Comment by bruce  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+9)
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