Keep track of keystrokes in applications and web pages with this program that allows you to set up automatic log emailing processes.
- License :Demo
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:FI Soft
KISSKey is a simple and effective keylogger that can help users in monitoring activity on single or multiple user accounts. The program can be configured to automatically send password-protect emails with the most recent logs.
Features a highly intuitive GUI
Anyone interested in storing passwords will find this resource extremely useful, as it can be employed to make accurate archives. One can also use it in a more generic sense, in order to track employees activity. Monitoring the activity of children, while they are using the computer can also be performed with this simple application.
The software features a very pleasant and easy to work with GUI that requires little guidance. There is only one window, with multiple self-explanatory fields and buttons. As with any keylogger, its strength lies not in having an opulent GUI, but in an interface that is more often than not hidden from view.
Records all keystrokes
KISSKey can record keyboard activity in any application or web page. It requires very little configuration in order to work, and the actual process of recording keystrokes can be performed from the first time the software is run.
A few more advanced options are available to users, such as hiding the tool from computer users and setting up a password in order to access it. As with all similar programs, the software runs hidden from view and a customizable hot key is required, in order to access it.
Creates TXT files with the keystrokes recorded
All records are saved to a text file, designated “OUT.TXT”. One of the features that distinguishes this resource from others is that it can send emails containing logs to a user-defined address. Attachments are sent in a ZIP format that can be password-protected for increased security.
To conclude, KISSKey is a basic keylogger that will assist users in accurately monitoring activity on the target computer.