How to install software remotely

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jlwrm

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I need to install eBlasters on my spouses' laptop, without him knowing, of course. I know it can be sent as an e-mail attachment, but how do I camouflage it so that he opens it without him knowing what it is? Please don't judge me because I am doing this.:eek:
 

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Are you trying to infect his computer with a virus? If so, we do not provide support for illegal operations.
 
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She wants a log of all her husbands computer activity sent to her, including e-mails and messaging.
If you distrust him that much, do yourself and him a big favor and run, don't walk to your nearest divorce attorney. (n)
 

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There is some sort of way to do it. Can you trick him into remote assistance and then you install it from there?
 
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Even if jlwrm has a good reason, TSG isn't going to condone installing software on a person's computer without their knowledge. Hire a private detective, they have no problem with ethics.
 

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Well as they are married that would make the computers they own together property at 50% each. So unless that laptop he uses belongs to someone else like the company he works for it is not illegal to install programs on it by either party. jlwrm, I am sorry you feel like you need to take this route, so with that said here is a link to different programs that will do what you want. Pick the one that is right for you and again I am sorry for your marriage comming to this. Good luck ! Link removed by Cookiegal
 

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I'm closing this thread. We cannot participate in this sort of activity.
 

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pugmug said:
Well as they are married that would make the computers they own together property at 50% each. So unless that laptop he uses belongs to someone else like the company he works for it is not illegal to install programs on it by either party. jlwrm, I am sorry you feel like you need to take this route, so with that said here is a link to different programs that will do what you want. Pick the one that is right for you and again I am sorry for your marriage comming to this. Good luck ! Link removed by Cookiegal
pugmug, I've edited the link out of your post. Please read the rules before posting again.

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