From: Twayne on
In news:u65sHgh6KHA.5848(a)TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl,
Lem <lemp40(a)unknownhost> typed:
> Twayne wrote:
>> In news:56113128-DDD7-41D3-AF6C-11EC66E7625B(a),
>> Db <databaseben(a)> typed:
>>> lem's post has provided
>>> some useful links.
>>> what you are liking
>>> seeking is a method
>>> to spy and there are
>>> a number of methods
>>> to help you.
>>> incidentally, keep in mind
>>> that any spyware you may
>>> end up choosing may be
>>> inhibited by any anti-
>>> virals installed on the
>>> system.
>>> "Eric" <Eric(a)> wrote in message
>>> news:7062B8AB-91A7-4595-8E90-642DD63A5E6A(a)
>>>> Does Key logger only record any keyboard activity?
>>>> Can it record copy and paste files using mouse?
>>>> Can it record what application is being used at specific
>>>> time? Thanks in advance for any suggestions
>>>> Eric
>>>> "db" wrote:
>>>>> perhaps,
>>>>> key logger's
>>>>> --
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>>>>> "Eric" <Eric(a)> wrote in message
>>>>> news:FC02B4E4-8AD4-4FE1-8DD3-4B9E58D7679C(a)
>>>>>> Does anyone have any suggestions on any tools on XP
>>>>>> with SP3 keep record
>>>>>> on
>>>>>> activities for XP? such as copying files, running
>>>>>> application, accessing
>>>>>> internet. I know Event Viewer, but it does not contain
>>>>>> the log for copying
>>>>>> files
>>>>>> Does anyone have any suggestions?
>>>>>> Thanks in advance for any suggestions
>>>>>> Eric
>>>>> .
>> I don't know or care about "lem", but nothing I
>> recommended was spyware of any kind and won't include
>> spyware if it's downloaded from reputable web sites. Those
>> are very useful trouble-shooting tools and that's all they
>> are. You'd be hard pressed to use them for spying on any
>> machine that has any modicum of Security installed.
>> Some of the sources as SysInternals (now MS), SourceForge,
>> ElderGeek, and similar places; I don't recall which is
>> which or even if that list is HTH,
>> Twayne`
> Chill out, Twayne. I wasn't writing about anything you
> posted (I posted to this thread before you did). I was
> responding to the OP's question about "key loggers" -- a
> topic which was first raised by "db."

No problem Len. I no longer recall the details but someone linked us somehow
and all I meant was I wasn't speaking for you nor vice-versa. IIRC someone
said something about the products like you and I recommended containing
spyware . Since the reference was snipped out I chose to add a bit of
separation, that's all. Personally I don't recall what you said so I needed
to be careful of speaking for you. That's all.