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Hi HSteve49. Please, contact Spytector Technical support by email: [email protected]

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So I have just purchased spytector....seems the people there keep declining it for some reason manually, but I'll get it.

So I've been messing with the trial version and I don't know what stmp is or how it works exactly.

I'll be sending from gmail to gmail account, using port 465 and I have got it to work

but it seems only because I went into outlook on my laptop, logged in using the "from" address and it sent the logs from there.

...but does this mean I will have to login to outlook/mail(the app) on the other laptop so these logs can be sent from there?

Means if someone had a look at mail/outlook they would see a long list of emails sent to a certain address.....? in the sent box...

interesting, I removed the account from outlook+mail app and hit test and it still seems to work?

I am confused. any help is appreciated.
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Keylogger software discussion / Re: Remote installation. Keylogger
« Last post by frozen on March 19, 2016, 07:16:54 AM »
Try spytector.com
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Keylogger software discussion / Re: Me and my friend
« Last post by frozen on March 19, 2016, 07:15:22 AM »
For a file joiner, go to file-joiner.com
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Free remote keyloggers are abused and soon do not work.Loosten up with a few bucks and buy one.
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Keylogger software discussion / Re: Remote installation. Keylogger
« Last post by IT-tester on March 18, 2016, 11:54:32 AM »
In some jurisdictions installation and use of monitoring software is illegal. So, if you are not sure whether it is allowed in your country, state or region, please consult a lawyer. I strongly recommend you to consult a lawer in your area regarding all applicable laws and regulations. If your lawer confirms that your intended activity is legal, you are welcome to seek experts' advice on this site or anywhere else and choose the monitoring product which meets your needs best. As for me, I use Spyrix, and it suits me well so far http://www.keylogger.org/monitoring-software-review/spyrix-personal-monitor-sponsored/buy.html.
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Keylogger software discussion / Re: Me and my friend
« Last post by IT-tester on March 18, 2016, 11:53:22 AM »
In some jurisdictions installation and use of monitoring software is illegal. So, if you are not sure whether it is allowed in your country, state or region, please consult a lawyer. I strongly recommend you to consult a lawer in your area regarding all applicable laws and regulations. If your lawer confirms that your intended activity is legal, you are welcome to seek experts' advice on this site or anywhere else and choose the monitoring product which meets your needs best.
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Keylogger software discussion / Re: monitor facebook messages
« Last post by IT-tester on March 18, 2016, 11:48:32 AM »
In some jurisdictions installation and use of monitoring software is illegal. So, if you are not sure whether it is allowed in your country, state or region, please consult a lawyer. I strongly recommend you to consult a lawer in your area regarding all applicable laws and regulations. If your lawer confirms that your intended activity is legal, you are welcome to seek experts' advice on this site or anywhere else and choose the monitoring product which meets your needs best. As for me, I use Spyrix, and it suits me well so far http://www.keylogger.org/monitoring-software-review/spyrix-personal-monitor-sponsored/buy.html.
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Keylogger software discussion / monitor facebook messages
« Last post by Afra on January 13, 2016, 02:13:31 AM »
For some reason, I suspect that my son is doing something bad. Is it possible to see his Facebook messages without him knowing? He is using iPhone 6s. Any app to use?
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Keylogger software discussion / Me and my friend
« Last post by damak on November 20, 2015, 03:37:09 PM »
Hello, me and my friend have arranged this competition between us both. I'm going to try to send him a spyware (thinking of spytector, but I have no knowledge about spyware) and learn his facebook password. He just thinks I won't be able to trick him, but we have a schoolproject together which we are writing in word on my pc right now and he wants me to send the document to him. So I was going to ask, is there any possibility to merge the doc file and a spyware which is undetectable for the moment so that when he opens up the doc file the spyware will start working? He has both a mac and a pc so I don't know on which one he will install it and I don't know if he will type the password or if it's already saved within the browser. Please help me win this thing  ;D
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