(EMAILWIRE.COM, October 02, 2015 ) San Francisco, CA -- A1 Keylogger has been acquired by remotekeyloggers.net, a premium device monitoring application dedicated to parental monitoring, family safety and asset protection. A1 has been an originator in the keylogging software development industry. Originally serving downloads for CNET, Brothersoft, and other software distribution services and websites.
Helping to pioneer one of the few "truly free" keylogging applications and distributed it worldwide since 2008. Their keylogging application was one of the
The Original 2009 A1 Keylogger GUI
Having joined the remotekeyloggers.net family, A1's GUI has received a major graphic overhaul, new modules for capturing Android and iPhone chat applications, and new hands-free installation features.
The remote keyloggers brand has been acquiring new competitor properties since January of 2015. In addition to A1 Keylogger, Easy Keylogger has also joined the software development company; and according to owner Eric Nelson, other Android keylogging applications are "in the works".
The software development company has also expanded its software portfolio to include Android keyloggers such as Flexispy, and Keyloggers for Mac such as the remote MacMonitor. The company is proud to be partnering with companies worldwide in the development of non-intrusive employee monitoring solutions and expanding into bandwidth and network monitoring solutons.
Currently in development are new GUI's allowing network managers to easily identify unproductive behavior patterns through a sortable data format that not only allows for viewing websites visited; but the total time spent on each of those sites monitored.
Bandwidth monitors are currently under construction that will allow an overburdened system to pull unused bandwidth from all network properties allowing for a more fluid user experience. And finally, a simple and traceable system has been put in place allowing management to monitor external USB and other portable devices to be monitored while capturing data transferred to and from the network properties.
While in the past remotekeyloggers.net focused solely on parental monitoring software and Android keyloggers, the company is using its new assets to address a lack of representation in the new world of non-local B2B. In the past a typical network manager would address network issues locally, usually in a server closet. In 2015 he or she is just as likely to be managing offices with servers on the other side of the world.
About Eric Nelson:
A1 Keylogger was founded in 2009 and is a pioneer in computer security. Building some of the first retail commercial keyloggers and cell phone monitoring applications. The development team is currently focused on remote network monitoring for B2B solutions worldwide.
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