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A powerful surveillance tool, like current top-5 of our ranking (Spytech SpyAgent Standard Edition, All In One Keylogger, StaffCop Standard, Spector Pro and REFOG Personal Monitor) can be a good solution to problems like information leakage, which is extremely dangerous for those companies who possess valuable technologies, trade secrets, and know-how. Also, employers wish to know whether their so busy-looking employees are really working – and actually have every right to apply PC surveillance for this purpose.


Besides, computer monitoring is a least-evil solution against omnipresent spyware. It is an open secret that unrestricted Web surfing from workplace computers leads to corporate PCs swarming with malicious software. In fact, lots of these computers already are choke full of various unwanted programs, some of them extremely dangerous. But in case such unwanted programs are capable of stealing information, like keyloggers or keylogging-containing Trojans, a single "overlooked" program may mean lost valuable data.


However, remember that invisible keylogger surveillance is legitimate only when it is used by the owner of the computer or other person who has the right to do so, e.g. a teacher at school or college or boss at the workplace. Hidden computer monitoring is considered violation of other people's privacy, if performed by a person who is not authorized to do so. When applying tools for clandestine monitoring like computer monitoring spy software, a PC owner should remember that installing a monitoring product that records users activity on a PC that belongs to other person could be illegal.

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IMPORTANT! Installing computer monitoring tools on computers you do not own or do not have permission to monitor may violate local, state or federal law.