100 DOF kidkeyloggerpro 1.4
Record mouse and keyboard events, take desktop screenshots
The application can record various events, including keystrokes and mouse clicks, window focus changes and so on. The log can be viewed within its main window or saved to a specific location for later reference.
Additionally, it can be instructed to periodically capture screenshots of the entire desktop every time the log is written or at a user-defined time interval. The resulting images are saved to the hard disk and can be resized to save storage space.
Send logs via e-mail or upload data to a FTP server
Aside from saving the logged data locally, 100 DOF kidkeyloggerpro can also be configured to send the files (both logs and captured screenshots) via e-mail or upload them to a FTP server for safe keeping.
One important advantage is that the keylogger can act as a UDP server, which enables you to control the application remotely. For this purpose, it provides a set of predefined hotkeys (called 'passwords') that can be used in order to perform various actions from remote devices, such as showing the configuration window, take a screenshot, write or upload the log file.
A simple keylogger that needs enhancements
To our disappointment, 100 DOF kidkeyloggerpro is hidden from the 'Apps' section in Task Manager, but it remains active as a background process. This means that anyone can terminate its corresponding process with just a few clicks.
100 DOF kidkeyloggerpro is easy to configure and use, proving to be a handy tool for any parents who wants to monitor their children. Unfortunately, it is not password-protected and anyone can shut it down much too easy.
Reviewed by Mihaela Citea on April 3rd, 2014
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- Fixed bug causing two instances of kidkeylogger at startup. More comprehensice startup settings. More security warnings. No restart needed after registering.
Application description100 DOF kidkeyloggerpro is a powerful, fully featured keylogger, specifically designed for parents to record their chi...