Posted by : Haseeb Javed Friday, October 4, 2013


Keyloggers have come a long way since the days of simply recording keystrokes, and are now more commonly known as computer monitoring applications. As the years roll by, these programs become more and more powerful, recording things like websites visited, the passwords entered into these websites, and any emails sent or received. They can also emails the reports and logs, meaning we don't have to log back into the target computer. All of this combined, along with a ton of other features, make keyloggers a great tool for anyone trying to hack certain accounts.
2013 has been a good year for keylogger programs, making 2014 look extremely promising as well. The past months have seen improvements in stealth, in functionality, and in ease of use, making a keylogger as useful as ever. I've put together a quick list of keyloggers to look out for over the next few months, that are really standing out from the crowd at the moment. Let's take a look at some of the best keyloggers of 2013 and 2014:

Probably one of the best value for money keyloggers on the market. Gecko Monitor balances solid, reliable features with brilliant ease of use. The timeline feature makes this application stand out for anyone wanting a simple, easy to use way of keeping tabs on a family or office computer.

This is still one of the most popular commercial keyloggers available online. SpyAgent is a brilliant product with a lot of great features. Behaviour reports via email, graphical activity reports and the spyware detector disabler are a few of the features that make this application stand out from the crowd.

If you're looking for something a little more technical, Win-Spy may be up your street. Although this product is probably slightly harder to use, the extra features will make you feel like a real spy! With Win-Spy you can record webcam and microphone activity, so you'll get more of a feel for what's going on in the room the computer is based in. a brilliant product.
Each of the above keyloggers has their own drawbacks and benefits. Spytech SpyAgent is great if you want something that's very user friendly. Gecko Monitor is great if you want an all-rounder that is reliable. And Win-Spy is great if you want something with a lot more technical features. From a hacking point of view, all of these applications are great for doing something like uncovering a password, or monitoring incoming and outgoing emails.

Cradits :  Lewis Waller

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