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Spy on Network

By Hosmo ·
I have a network of about 150 machines. All but about 10 are win2k and the others are win98se. I feel confident that the win2k machines are locked up well. But I have a bad hunch about th 98 machines. The CEO came to me the other day and explained that something fishy is going on and that confidential information has been exposed beforehand. He and I both looked at each other and have an idea of who it is. I am almost 90% sure this person planted a keystroke logger or frame capture program on one of the 98 machines. I am somewhat familiar with a few of these programs, but is there some sort of "sniffer" that can pick these things up? I looked in the msconfig startup and saw nothing funny. Any ideas??

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spy hunter

by tom In reply to Spy on Network

Try downloading and installing either adaware, by or spyhunter by both are for tracking spyware from internet sites, but they can also detect known keystroke monitors. good luck

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by Hosmo In reply to spy hunter

Thanks for the tip. Just what I was looking for.


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