Editors' reviewThis PC-monitoring tool keeps tabs on your kid's computer activity, though you'll barely have time to check it out. The tool, aSpy, gives an unreasonably stingy 30 minutes during its trial, but fortunately we like what we see. Initially, the program launches immediately following installation, after which it can be called out of hiding using a quick hot-key combo and password. You'll be able to capture screenshots at user-specified intervals, record all keyloggers, programs launched, and view the Clipboard contents. Logged reports can be saved and viewed in TXT or HTML format or sent to your e-mail address. Despite our attempts, we were pleased to find aSpy couldn't be disabled or uninstalled without the password, protecting its efforts from computer-savvy youngsters. While it doesn't provide parental controls, parents looking to keep an eye on their kid's computer activity won't be disappointed with aSpy.
aSpy--the universal program-spy which allows you to watch a user work on the computer in your absence. It is intended for latent supervision of a computer. Carries out the following actions: creates a key log, remembers opening and closed applications, watches clipboard content, takes screenshots. Features of aSpy: creates a key log, distinguishing the user; keeps a history of opened and closed windows; watches clipboard content; takes screenshots in the given time interval; the convenient and intuitive interface of viewing logs, and also screenshots; creates reports in text and a HTML formats; sends the report to specified E-mail address; can work in normal and hide modes; in the hide mode it is not visible in Windows XP; opportunity to establish a password to limit access for yourself only; great features: fast installation, convenient and clear interface, wide functions set, flexible choice of settings.
Version 2.1.1 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.