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Is there anyway to view the keystrokes that where typed or is the only way to do it is by installing software like Guardian Software that is for windows?
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Keystroke logging is not built into the O.S.

But versiontracker shows a number of keystroke loggers for OS X.

Browse through to see which will work on intel macs.

Enjoy
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