Keylogger Software

3 Top Best Free Keylogger Software

Keyloggers are programs that capture, record and displays reports with typed keys from computer keyboards. They can record every keystroke (letter, number, enter, backspace etc.) and users can view all words that has been used or typed from a particular computer, where a key logger is installed. These programs are made to monitor children or employees about what they are doing on internet, what sites they are visiting and what they talk with other people. The keylogger will run in hidden mode and will be invisible for computer users, so they don’t know they are monitored.

These days internet is often used by kids for

games

, cartoons etc. and if your children have access to a computer when you are not near them or at work, is good to monitor them because internet has its own dangers. You don’t know what forbidden sites they could access by mistake or what discussions they may have with strangers. Here are the best free programs that record all computer keystrokes and you can view them anytime.

1. Spyrix Free Keylogger

This program will be 100% hidden on PC, so people will not know there is a key logger installed on a computer. You can set it to be visible or not, can put a password on it and display the interface and access configuration with a keyboard combination key. This application will record all words typed and will take screenshots that you can view later. For these main monitoring tasks the program is completely free and for additional features such as send email reports etc. it has a paid upgrade.

2. Revealer Key-logger

With a very simple interface, this tool allows to record all keystrokes, set a password and is invisible in many areas of your computer. Good for basic usage, with no options to set; just record all keywords typed.

3. KidLogger

Is designed mainly for monitoring your kids, because the program is visible and a normal user at an average age may see the application and delete it. Good to use to view what your kids are doing online, what they talk on instant messengers and what sites they are visiting. Can be protected with password.

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