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Logs All Kids Type on Keyboard

Logs All Kids Type on Keyboard

See all the keystrokes that occur on the monitored devices. Each keystroke has a name and an app icon that identifies its origin.

  • Clear vision of detailed messages and chatting content from Messages and social apps.
  • Get to know what interests your kids on the Internet and what they surf on the search engine.
  • Everything children note down on memos or calendars will be tracked, too.

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Catch every keyword activity, even the passwords typed.

  • Though in security mode when entering keywords, FamiGuard Pro can record these keystrokes.
  • Have control of kids' accounts for better and comprehensive parental control.

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Keywords Tracking & Alerts

Keywords Tracking & Alerts

You will be notified with emails or dashboard notifications if specific keywords or phrases appear.

  • Set up a single keyword or a whole phrase to set alerts.
  • In the dashboard, you can see keywords, where they are detected, actual messages related to them, and when they appear.
  • If keywords happen on some apps like WhatsApp and Telegram, this keylogger will automatically take screenshots, and you can check screenshots for details.

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Set up FamiGuard Pro in 3 Simple Steps

1. Sign up Free and Choose Your Plan

Register for a free FamiGuard account and choose a suitable subscription plan.

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2. Follow the Setup Guide

Download, installation, and configuration. Whether manually or automatically, that is easy.

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3. Operate on Dashboard Panel and Begin Tracking

Anytime you want to monitor keystrokes, you can check details from Phone Files > Keylogger. And if you're going to track keywords or set content alerts, access Remote Control > Track Keywords.

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What is Keylogger?

A keylogger is a software or hardware device that records every computer or mobile device keystroke. It captures the text typed and other inputs like passwords, usernames, and website URLs. Keyloggers can be used for various purposes, including monitoring employee activity, tracking children's online behavior, or detecting unauthorized access to sensitive information.
While keyloggers can be valuable tools for legitimate purposes, they can also be abused for malicious activities such as stealing personal information or spying on individuals without their consent. Therefore, using keyloggers responsibly and ethically is essential, ensuring that they are deployed for lawful and appropriate reasons.
To protect against the misuse of keyloggers, individuals should exercise caution when downloading software or accessing suspicious websites. Employers should also implement clear policies regarding using keylogging software in the workplace and ensure that employees know the monitoring practices are in place. By taking these precautions, individuals and organizations can mitigate the risks associated with keyloggers and safeguard their privacy and security online.

How Illegal is a Keylogger?

The legality of keyloggers depends on how they are used and the jurisdiction in which they are employed. In many cases, using a keylogger without proper authorization to monitor someone's computer or device is illegal and can violate privacy laws. However, there are exceptions when keyloggers are used for legitimate purposes, such as parental control or employee monitoring with explicit consent.
For parental control purposes, keyloggers can be a helpful tool for parents to monitor their children's online activities and ensure their safety. In such cases, it is generally legal to use keyloggers as long as the parents have informed their children about the monitoring and obtained their consent.
However, using keyloggers to spy on someone without their knowledge or consent secretly is illegal and can result in serious legal consequences, including criminal charges and civil lawsuits. Therefore, it's crucial to use keyloggers responsibly and ethically, respecting the privacy rights of others and complying with applicable laws and regulations.
While keyloggers can be a valuable tool for specific purposes, it's essential to understand the legal implications and ensure that they are used lawfully and appropriately.

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FAQs About Phone Keylogger:

  • 1. Is there a built-in keylogger?

    Yes. Some operating systems and software may have built-in keylogging functionality for legitimate purposes such as system diagnostics, accessibility features, or user experience improvement.

  • 2. Is it safe to download a keylogger?

    Downloading and using a keylogger without proper authorization and legal consent is unethical and may be illegal. Additionally, keyloggers can pose significant security risks as they can capture sensitive information such as passwords, credit card numbers, and personal messages.

  • 3. Does VPN prevent keylogging?

    No. A Virtual Private Network (VPN) encrypts internet traffic between the user's device and the VPN server, which can help protect against eavesdropping and man-in-the-middle attacks. However, VPNs do not directly prevent keylogging on the user's device. Users should employ additional security measures such as using reputable antivirus software and being cautious about downloading and installing unknown software.

  • 4. Does Windows 10 have a built-in keylogger?

    Windows 10 has features that may collect telemetry data for system diagnostics and user experience improvement, but it does not have a built-in keylogger for malicious purposes. Users can control privacy settings in Windows 10 to limit data collection and telemetry reporting.

  • 5. Is keylogging a felony?

    The legality of keylogging depends on factors such as the jurisdiction, purpose, and consent of the parties involved. In many cases, unauthorized keylogging or using keyloggers for malicious purposes may be illegal and result in criminal charges such as identity theft, fraud, or invasion of privacy.