Is a program that monitors a person's computer

Question

Hello Sir:

I would like to know if there is a program that monitors a person's computer. For example, I would like to know exactly what happends to my computer when I install a program--how does it affect the registry, what new files are created and are there any other settings affected?

Thanks,

Jon

Answer

This question was answered on April 20, 2004. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

PC Activity Monitor is an ultimate invisible and undetectable easy-to-use monitoring and surveillance tool for personal PCs It is professional software that captures all users activity on the PC All data collected through the monitoring are saved to encrypted log file

The program runs completely hidden in the background so you can monitor whenever you want Stealth technology ensures that PC Activity Monitor is completely hidden from everyone except you Only you can launch or delete PC Activity Monitor This lets you secretly monitor anything viewed on your computer while you are away This process goes on undetected and logs a considerable amount of data Simply install the agent to the PCs and within seconds, you'll be monitoring your computers

Even when parents are not at home they can remotely monitor children's PC activity using this software A security service could monitor employee's PC activity from any Internet host in the world to prevent industrial espionage For local Intranet networks a system administrator can monitor correctness of user's PC activity and restore activity history in any case of problems Government, law enforcement and investigative agencies can gather critical intelligence data and evidence of criminal PC activity It is a powerful management tool for companies, which want to increase their productivity and profitability

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Posted by Ludens of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on April 20, 2004