Spy Lantern Keylogger is a spy software intended for monitoring all aspects of user activity. It allows you to see what exactly they are doing on your PC. You can see every keystroke they've typed in every application. This means that you can get every e-mail they've sent via e-mail client or web based e-mail service. Spy Lantern Keylogger records both sides of chat conversations of ICQ, Yahoo, AIM, MSN and various other Chat/IM programs. It records every online resource they've visited in the Internet or Intranet. You can see every password they've entered, every application they've used and duration of their work. Spy Lantern Keylogger records every user's logon, every power on and power off on your PC.
Spy Lantern Keylogger is the first totally invisible keylogger. So no one can determine that you are watching on him. Additionally Spy Lantern Keylogger is password protected. This means that no one can configure, view reports or even uninstall Spy Lantern Keylogger without supplying valid password.
Unlike other spy software, Spy Lantern Keylogger works excellent in both Windows XP with Fast User Switch enabled and Windows Terminal Services. It also has intuitive user interface and amazing easy-to-understand Reports Viewer with eye catching reports. Using such a powerful tool like Spy Lantern Keylogger you'll be enlightened of what they are doing while you are away.
There are two editions of Spy Lantern Keylogger today: Pro and Home.
They both are powerful security software. Spy Lantern Keylogger Home is more suitable for home users and allows the reports viewing only on the local computer where whole program is installed. Spy Lantern Keylogger Pro is more suitable for corporate users because it allows automatic reports delivery either on e-mail or local disk and reports viewing on the remote computers where report viewer is installed only. Nevertheless both editions can be used by any users, all depends from specific task.
|Features||SLK Pro||SLK Home|
|Visited web-sites monitoring||yes||yes|
|Both sides of chat conversations (ICQ, Yahoo, AIM, MSN)||yes||yes|
|Windows XP with Fast User Switch enabled compatibility||yes||yes|
|Windows Terminal Services compatibility||yes||yes|
|Automatic reports delivery to e-mail||yes||no|
|Automatic reports delivery to local folder||yes||no|
With an estimated 24 million children now online, one out of five have been solicited for sex in the last year.
One in four children were sent pictures of people who were naked or having sex.
An estimated 725,000 children have been "aggressively" asked for sex, defined as an offer to meet in person.
57% of people have used the Internet to flirt.
38% of people have engaged in explicit online sexual conversation and 50% of people have made phone contact with someone they chatted with online.
31% of people have had an online conversation that has led to real-time sex.
Greenfield and Rivet - Internet Use & Abuse Survey