Keyboard spy saves all entered keystrokes and optionally
information on all applications run.
Coupled with the Stealth mode this can be a very
naughty combination so please use this responsibly.
Enable Keystroke Logging - If clicked, all
keystrokes entered are recorded and saved to the file. A buffering
system is used so it will not slow down your applications yet
will save the keystrokes quite often so in the advent of a crash
you'll still have most of the keystrokes saved.
Note: When we
say records all keystrokes, we mean all. This includes passwords,
keys you hit while playing games, emails or private messages you
type and even text entered in a windows dos prompt. So please
be careful with this and do not use this feature if your computer
is not secure.
Filename to log to: All these keystrokes
have to be put somewhere, right? A file with a .txt extension
is a good idea. (this isn't encryped or anything, so again, don't
use this unless your computer is secure)
View Log File - Quick way to see what has
been recorded so far.
Delete Log File - Clear all keystrokes recorded
by deleting the log file specified above.
Note: The keystrokes.txt
file can get very large if you just let it go. It is recommended
that you delete it every so often to keep the file size down.
Enable logging of all programs run - This
tells you exactly what programs and files have been opened. It
also grabs the status bar of the window and saves that, this usually
gives valuable information. For instance, you might see Internet
Explorer was run and the status info will show the actual web
page that was loaded.
This info is saved to the keystrokes.txt file (unless
you've change the filename) too. This way you can see the sequence
the keystrokes and programs were run in.
It is possible to disable keystroke logging and
enable "Logging of all programs run" - keep in mind
it will use the file specified for the keystroke logging though.