By now, you have probably read news articles about spyware
and how its plaguing internet users. Many times spy software
is confused with spyware - this page will clear up the difference
between the two.
At its most basic definition, spyware is software technology
that gathers information about a computer user with or without
their knowledge. Typically, this type of spyware is also
known as adware. This software is often installed along
with other software installations - it piggybacks onto your
system - usually without you knowing at all. This software
then reports back what websites you frequent, what your
interests are, demographic information, and more to the
creators of the spyware. This information is then sold to
marketing companies and other interested parties. This is
NOT what our spy software does.
Computer monitoring software, also known as Spy software,
is used to monitor or record all activities occurring on
a users computer. This software is installed directly by
the user wanting to perform the monitoring - rather than
hiding it on top of another software installation. Spy software
can be loaded intentionally by the purchaser of the software,
or from an attachment in an email. Our spy software can
be configured to alert the user they are being monitored,
or it can run totally invisible to the user. Our spy software
can record nearly every aspect of what a user does on their
computer - but it is never reported to anyone else but the
actual purchaser of the software.
Who uses spy software?
Our spy software is actively used by concerned parents,
worried spouses, government offices, corporate networks,
and educational institutions. Spytech has helped countless
businesses, educational institutions, parents, and spouses
put their mind at ease over how their computers are being
used. With our spy software, all activities can be tracked
to be used for incrimination in case a user abuses their
computer privileges - or it can be used as a visible deterrent
from performing inappropriate activities, if the software
is configured to alert users they are being monitored.
How could it benefit you?
By now you might be wondering how spy software could work
for you. Here are some possible scenarios that you might
As a parent, you always wonder about how your child uses
the computer. With our software you do not need to wonder
anymore. All usage is logged: internet connections, websites
visited, windows opened, emails, conversations, everything
they typed, and so forth. Now you will be able to view and
moderate your child's computer usage. Our software also
allows for content filtering to restrict your children from
viewing inappropriate websites, applications, and more.
As much as we would like it not to happen - unfaithfulness
in relationships does occur. If you have ever wondered if
your spouse is talking to a secret admirer via the Internet,
our software is your solution. You can track their emails
and web activity just incase they are being unfaithful.
Our spy software can be used for employee monitoring. It
can make sure employees stay on task and do not abuse business
machines and work time. Monitoring policies can be set in
place to let employees know that they may be being watched.
With our spy software running on school/institutional workstations,
machine abuse and misuse is a thing of the past. Actions
can be tracked down to individual users according to the
time and date in which they happened, and can be saved to
convenient logs for incrimination.
Personal Control and File Backup
If privacy is a concern of yours, then our software can
help. You can enable our software while you go away from
the computer and all activities while your away are logged.
Spy software can even be used to save documents that have
been lost due to system crashes - if you have the keystroke
Is this software legal?
Absolutely. Our monitoring software is legal as long as
the purchaser installs it on a computer they own themselves.
If a purchaser installs the software on a computer they
do not own then they may be violating state and federal
laws. If you are worried about this, please consult your
local and state laws.