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jackrabbit

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I have a 14 year old son who had in the past ran into trouble at school. He has been found to say inappropriate things. Now I found out he uses my pc to chat at yahoo. Is there any way I can install some program on my pc so I can be sure of what he is chatting about? I thought something like a key logger or something. Thanks

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I have a keylogger I use for my work. But I wouldnt try a keylogger I would try a home keylogger the definiton of a home keylogger is. Go to www.download.com And look up keylogger it will come up of many ways to make your comp keylogger safe. But still record the keys. For example Say you download my Office keylogger its invisble and You dont know how to take it off exsept a good anti virus I mean the $888 virus control. OR you can have a program that is invisble But you can unstall from the add/remove program in control pannel your best bet is doing the steps above
 

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That was a quick reply, I checked out your link for home keylogger and see a variety of downloads. Any preferences?
 

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don't worry about the spelling. Thanks for the info, I'll let you know if it works
 

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OK, it works good! Thanks, so far no problems, hope it stays that way, thanks again for your help
 
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