(EMAILWIRE.COM, November 09, 2015 ) San Francisco, CA -- The developers at Remote Keyloggers have announced the release of a new keylogger for Mac. The new Mac application has been in development for over 2 years and has been built specifically for the Mac OS. With the recent acquisition of A1 Keylogger, the company was able to obtain experienced Mac programmers with a history of application development on the Mac.
New features for the Mac keylogger app will be one of the first keylogger featured
Keylogger for Mac
The new app will feature modules specifically for password capture, as well as two-way Facebook chat capture. The password recorder will capture stored passwords even if they are stored "behind the asterix". Compatible with OS, Lion and Snow Leopard, users in beta have experienced no compatibility issues across and of the standard Mac platforms.
Remote installation has been simplified to selecting the reporting settings and exporting the file to the desktop. The file size is less than 10MB, and can be sent in any typical e-mail, or via social networks. The end user must accept the remote installation and will be notified that the Mac is being monitored remotely.
Past versions of Mac keyloggers have been limited to capturing antiquated forms of chat such as AOL messenger, and Yahoo. The newest generations however feature full social network integration with more modern communication methods such as Skype, iChat, Twitter, Facebook and more. Conversations are monitored and reported sequentially with a time stamp; so there is no longer confusion in determining in what order responses have taken place.
Slated for release the first quarter of 2016 and currently downloadable via the Remote Keylogger beta trial, users are free to try the Keylogging app and can continue to use it free after the official launch. Upgraded features can purchased separately after potential buyers have had the opportunity to thoroughly test the software. PC users who wish to install the Mac keylogger remotely via a PC will have no issues. The Adobe Air interface allows them to open, create and install the program seamlessly between systems.
Interested parties can visit the Remote Keylogger site and compare and Download all Mac keyloggers, a feedback module is provided in the software interface and users are welcome to submit any technical issues encountered.
Remote Keyloggers is comprised of a team of software engineers worldwide. The IT security professionals work locally as well as remotely and collaborate on new network security and keylogging applications. They've recently acquired A1 Keylogger as well as their team of software engineers; this has allowed them to create new applications for the Mac OS.
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