roteMac has updated ProteMac KeyBag (http://www.protemac.com/KeyBag/), a keystroke recorder utility for Mac OS X, to version 2.1. The upgrade sports a database fix and more.
KeyBag lets you control all keyboard activity for each application on your Mac, showing you exactly what was typed and to where. s intended for the interception and recording of everything that is entered from the keyboard on your Mac. It works in a “hidden mode” and is designed for hidden monitoring of the computer activities. Its key logger invisibly logs and is capable of recording keystrokes of every user activity performed on your Mac.
ProteMac KeyBag is designed to allow you to find out what other users do on your computer in your absence. You will find out, what was going on your computer in your absence: what was typed and the windows visited web sites, etc. This invisible employee spy surveillance tool records every keystroke to database file with user-friendly easy to use keystroke log viewer, say the folks the ProteMac.
Also, by constantly using ProteMac KeyBag you will save your time by preventing accidental data damage and loss. ProteMac KeyBag automatically records all typed emails conversations, chat records, website visited, password and documents lists. You can restore text that was typed yesterday, the day before yesterday, or weeks ago. Using the program constantly, you can restore the previously typed text in case you have lost it.
KeyBag requires Mac OS X 10.4 or higher. It’s Universal Binary so runs natively on both PowerPC and Intel Macs. It costs US$49.95 for a single user license. Version 2.1 is a free update for registered users of version 2.0.