What is a keylogger? Keyloggers are programs which allow to monitor the activities of users on a computer. Hidden in the background, these monitoring software record keystrokes and take screenshots. This way, families and business can monitor the activities on their network without the direct knowledge of the users. Why choosing Revealer Keylogger? Revealer Keylogger Free is completely free without any time limitation. Sophisticated yet very easy-to-use, this key logger offers multiple functionalities. It logs everything that is typed on the keyboard, regardless of the application (mail software, instant messaging program, web browser, etc.). The user interface is simple: it shows the dates and the user name on the left hand side, and the recorded items are displayed on the right hand side. The other users won't access to the software. The keylogger runs invisible on the desktop, no window or message is displayed. Furthermore, the interface is secure thanks to a special hot-key combo. And for a full access protection, you can set a password that the program will ask before being displayed on the screen. Is Revealer Keylogger safe? Revealer Keylogger is a safe keylogger from Logixoft, a trusted French company. Since keyloggers are designed to be invisible, they can be considered as spyware or spy gadgets by some antivirus or security tools. However, Revealer Keylogger contains no viruses and no spyware and the data collected won't be transmitted to unknown third parties. Detection can be avoided by adding Revealer Keylogger to the exclusion list of the antivirus software. There is a non-free version of Revealer Keylogger. What are the differences? The free keylogger offers all the basic features of a spy software. As simple as this free version, Revealer Keylogger Pro can take screenshots and send the logs via email, FTP or local network. After the monitoring software is installed, you can receive the recorded items at the selected frequency and read them on any device. The key logger is also completely hidden on the computer, meaning it doesn't appear in tools such as Windows Task Manager, Windows Explorer, Control Panel/Uninstall list, or the registry.