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i've heard that there's a way to see everything that goes on in the computer including history and what keys were typed. Im not talking about looking at the history bar on safari, is there some other way??
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You would need to purchase a third-party application to do this.

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There is a way surprisingly that I've heard off but that method was used n Windows computers and it's used to Steal Passwords. You not trying to be a naughty boy now are you?

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no, my girlfriend was using my computer and she keeps deleting everything she does. kinda suspicious
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no, my girlfriend was using my computer and she keeps deleting everything she does. kinda suspicious
When everyone's entitled to a bit of privacy, I don't think spying on here is the way to go. Have you not just asked her?

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Write a script to copy everything from her Trash elsewhere every minute.
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There are a TON of software out there that do this exact thing. There is also hardware (usually a usb key) that records activity as well. Do a simple google search for "key stroke logging" and or "computer monitoring software" You'll be surprised how many there are out there. That is the one of the many reasons I NEVER use a public computer to do anything personal (including chatting).... Cheers
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