The Elite Keylogger free keylogger download records all keys typed on the keyboard, and stays
completely invisible to users! It keeps tracks what words were typed (logins, passwords, emails,
names), who typed it, and in which applications.
* Including Windows logon
Elite Free Keylogger offers low-core keyboard monitoring with its kernel driver. This means that
it starts recording the second the computer starts, enabling it to record user login information.
Monitor Email & Chats
All words typed in any email, chat, or internet messenger client (MSN, AOL, ICQ, AIM, GTalk,
Skype) are logged. This includes passwords, usernames, and message content. It captures
incoming and outgoing emails. The logs can easily be searched using this quick keylogger's
user-friendly search functions.
This quick keylogger is one of the first to be effectively used in all types of situations, from
corporate networks to family households. Its simple configuration and silent installation
algorithms allow it to be exported and attached to any installation package.
What exactly is a keylogger?
A keylogger is an invisible tool that records every keystroke and stores that information in
an encrypted and hidden log file. That log file can secretly be sent via email, uploaded to a
website via FTP, or sent to another computer on the same network. Internet activity can also be
recorded by logging the addresses of all visited websites. Keyloggers monitor the time and title
of active applications, and capture all texts typed in message boxes. Be sure to take advantage
of our free keylogger download trial so that you can try these features for yourself.
But are keyloggers legal?
Yes, keyloggers are completely legal. If you own the computer, or have been given
administration rights to the computer by the owner, you have the right to install any application
that you might need. (Admin login information is required to install the keylogger.) Therefore, it
is more of a moral issue to decide whether to start using a keystroke recorder. But as long as
you are the computer owner, or have been given administration privileges, it is legal.