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Added: December 27th, 2004

HOLLYWOOD, FL December 27, 2004 -- SurveilleTech Software, (formerly The e-Surveiller Team), developer of the windows-based e-Surveiller surveillance software, announces the release of version 1.5. This product addresses the need for offices, homes and schools to monitor their computer users affordably.

e-Surveiller is a scaleable, easy to use and yet powerful monitoring software package that empowers users to monitor what happens on their computers. It allows the user to watch the screen of the monitored computer and it sends activity reports of what went on when the user was not around to watch.

The software is network and Internet enabled, allowing the user to remotely monitor computers on a Local Area Network (LAN) and across the Internet.

e-Surveiller helps many parents, schools, offices and libraries monitor their computer users' online and offline activity.

It monitors and records all keystrokes, web site visits, chat conversations, windows, applications, file changes and more. Other features include password-protection, malicious-use detection/ prevention, peer-to-peer network support and remote monitoring configuration updates.

This release features monitoring online chat conversations, usability enhancements and compliance to the SPYBLOCK act enacted by the United States congress early this year.

A 14-day trial download is available at the e-Surveiller web site. Full time-unlimited licenses ranging from $35 to $140(USD) may be purchased immediately online or via conventional payment means.

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