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just wondering if there is a program that logs everything that is typed (keybaord) on the PC, for example if i walk away from my PC and leave it on no screen saver and a friend comes by and starts chatting on my msn or what have you, i want to be able to know exacly what he was typing and so on.

also if there is a program such as this does it run in the background?
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I don't know of any software, but you can get little peripherals that attach to your keyboard that record keystrokes.

http://www.thinkgeek.com/gadgets/security/947a/

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Google keylogger.
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1. Keyloggers, but many are viruses. >_>"

2. For instant messaging, many of them now days have loggers where it'll save all the received and sent IMs onto a separate log for each friend.

Trillian works with AIM, MSN, Yahoo and ICQ if you're interested in that. AIM and Yahoo messenger also have their own logger, but no idea about ICQ and MSN.
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Google keylogger.
99.99% of them are probably virused or trojans of some sort.
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1. Keyloggers, but many are viruses. >_>"

2. For instant messaging, many of them now days have loggers where it'll save all the received and sent IMs onto a separate log for each friend.

Trillian works with AIM, MSN, Yahoo and ICQ if you're interested in that. AIM and Yahoo messenger also have their own logger, but no idea about ICQ and MSN.
well i was just using messanger as an example, ive had friends change my facebook messages and so on and talk to people i dont want them speaking to, but cant control everything so i would like to just see what they type.
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Look for something about the Message Archive in the Options. I have Windows Live Messenger, and to get this to work, this must be done:
  1. Go to Tools, then Options. If you can't find this, then we will guide you. No problem!
  2. In Options, click on "Messages" on the left side.
  3. Look for the area called "Message History" which is near the bottom.
  4. Under Message History, check the check box which says, "Automatically keep a history of my conversations."
Now, to view the Message History, I have to do this:
  1. Go to File, then "View Message History..."
  2. In here, click once on the user to whom he/she was speaking.
  3. Their name appears in the little area below. Click once on it.
  4. Now click on Ok.
That's all there is to it.

If you don't have Windows Live Messenger, then again, just look for something about Message Archive, or Message History, and click around. Read any messages that pop up before clicking OK, Yes, Cancel, or No. Always (unless you are expecting the message, and you know exactly what it is, and what response to give it).
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Originally Posted by 5CheeseLasagna View Post
Look for something about the Message Archive in the Options. I have Windows Live Messenger, and to get this to work, this must be done:
  1. Go to Tools, then Options. If you can't find this, then we will guide you. No problem!
  2. In Options, click on "Messages" on the left side.
  3. Look for the area called "Message History" which is near the bottom.
  4. Under Message History, check the check box which says, "Automatically keep a history of my conversations."
Now, to view the Message History, do this:
  1. Go to File, then "View Message History..."
  2. In here, click once on the user to whom he/she was speaking.
  3. Their name appears in the little area below. Click once on it.
  4. Now click on Ok.
That's all there is to it.
thanks for your hard work in that little side note above, but like i stated i only said messanger as an example, i need this kind of program because my PC is used as a business PC and yet my friends and family think its a personal computer and like to screw around on it in my MYSQL files and messangers and other websites i have.
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Oh, my lack of sleep today has finally caught up with me. Hmm. I still believe there's a possibility of finding some kind of keylogger. I haven't looked for one, but you may want to give it a shot.
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Actually, I'm Googling it now.

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