(EMAILWIRE.COM, November 13, 2015 ) San Francisco, CA -- Remote Keyloggers is currently developing one of the first Mac Keyloggers that will not be ported from Windows. Built specifically for Mac and compatible with Snow Leopard, Lion and OS x the new mac monitor incorporates features only seen in expensive network monitors. The new MacEye project is slated for release in the first quarter of 2016.
MacEye will offer parents, employers and network managers a glimpse into the system resources of all Apple devices including Mac, iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.
Those in the delivery business will be able to track the GPS location of all delivery vehicles as well as monitor all client-employee chats. Network managers will be able to track application installation on the devices and will have access to the Mac and iPad's root functions.
Parents will enjoy monitoring their child's safety and ensuring that the Mac's parental monitoring application reports any undesirable activity such as inappropriate messages to them passively. They may optionally set up geo-fencing alerts which will notify them if the mobile device enters an area that is considered off limits.
Network managers will be able to manage bandwidth leaks, CPU temperature, and can allocate extra resources to CPU's during occasional traffic spikes. By pulling dormant resources from unused resources and sending them where needed; helping to ensure that web clients have a consistent and reliable experience.
MacEye can be installed on up to ten devices. The Mac keystroke logger can optionally track passwords behind the asterix. The file manager will track the movement of any files so that if documents are transferred to or from an external device such as a USB the MacEye client will be made aware. The file manager will also notify the user as to any changes made to sensitive files and what those changes were.
Users looking to monitor chat applications such as WhatsApp or Facebook will be pleased with a new and simple chat keylogger interface. Captured conversations are sortable by person, date and sent vs. received. This is a major improvement over keyloggers ported from the PC as there are no text files to sort through. The MacEye keylogger captures iChat, Facebook, Skype, WhatsApp, SnapChat and twitter; while new social networks and iPhone chat applications are in the process of being added.
Interested users can visit the remote keyloggers website and sign up to for the MacEye beta as well as view the software's roadmap. The Mac Keylogger beta has support functions built into the graphic interface allowing beta testers access to the development support staff in the event of keylogger malfunction.
The Remote Keylogger developers specialize in data loss prevention, online security and network resource management. The developers are currently focused on Mac OS development for both desktops and mobile devices.
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