The best thing about this monitoring program is the initial Quick Tour screen. From there, things go downhill quickly.
Ardamax Keylogger is easy to install and a helpful Quick Tour page appears immediately afterward. This page consists of a field to enter test text and brief instructions for viewing the log and placing the program into hidden mode through the tray icon. As promised, the interface was brought up by double-clicking the tray icon and the test text appeared. That was the last text or any data that the program recorded. The interface is somewhat utilitarian but easy to understand. There's a log showing date, time, user, application name, and windows title. A viewing pane displays selected content. There are several options to filter the logs. A toolbar holds only a few buttons to choose the log (screenshots, keystrokes, Web, and chat), but no options to start or stop monitoring. A File menu offers the same log options and two options to choose the language and see About information. The system tray icon holds more settings, including adding a password and sending the program into stealth mode.
There are major problems with this supposedly secret monitoring program. It doesn't monitor and it isn't hidden. If you need to find out what others are doing on your computer, you'll need to find a more effective program.
Ardamax Keylogger is a keystroke recorder that captures user's activity and saves it to an encrypted log file. The log file can be viewed with the powerful Log Viewer. Use this tool to find out what is happening on your computer while you are away, maintain a backup of your typed data automatically or use it to monitor your kids. Also you can use it as a monitoring device for detecting unauthorized access. Logs can be automatically sent to your e-mail address, access to the key logger is password protected. Besides, Ardamax Keylogger logs information about the Internet addresses the user has visited.
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Version 4.1.2 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.