Apply Keyloggers for Mac Monitoring
There are two kinds of keyloggers, namely software keylogger and hardware keylogger, available on the market for Mac users to monitor the activities on Mac. But in terms of function the Keylogger for Mac is superior to hardware keylogger.
One option is Keylogger for Mac
Installing a Keylogger for Mac is the commonest way to monitor the activities performed on Mac. It can not only record websites, log keystrokes but also take the desktop screenshots. However, many users may come across these two difficult problems when running Keylogger for Mac: users’ access control of Mac and obtaining reports.
The first problem can be solved if you are the admin of the target Mac. For some spy software for Mac, this is not a problem, because most of them do not ask for admin privilege or password for configuring.
For the second problem, it requires you to go back to the Mac and press an oddly combined key, then a simple login window will present to you. After entering the password, you will be awarded the control panel to set reports. However, instead of requiring you return to the Mac every time, some Keyloggers for Mac permit you a one-time setup of reporting paths. The reports can be regularly sent in a preset time to you via email/FTP, and you can check the logs whenever and wherever. Thus there is no need for you to get back to the Mac when you want read the reports.
The other option is hardware keylogger
Hardware keyloggers are tiny devices like adapter plugs, which can hardly be detected when going between the keyboard and the computer. They have no problems with user access control. But they don’t take desktop screenshots or send reports automatically. Even worse, they will be easily unplugged if they are found. Hardware keylogger asks you to take it back if you want to read the recorded information. Or it requires you a combined key to call out the login, then you can read the logs.
Category: Mac Keylogger