REFOG has released Personal Monitor for Mac (http://www.refog.com/download.html), a monitoring tool designed to give Mac OS X users insight into what’s happening on a their computers when they’re away.
The program tracks all computer activities, providing an array of monitoring functionality. Invisible in the stealth mode, it logs all keystrokes, saving IM conversations, messages, and basically every phrase typed. What’s more, it saves addresses and names of web sites visited and logs all applications running on the computer. To further illustrate what’s going on, Personal Monitor automatically takes screen captures warning you if the person you’re monitoring is even watching or reading something inappropriate.
The reports generated by the program can be stored locally or sent via e-mail. Personal Monitor features filtering by date and the text search.
The app costs US$39.95 for a single-user license and $99.95 for a three-computer license. A demo is available for download.