If you have been thinking of installing a surveillance to discover any suspicious activity on a computer system, say at an education organization or at office, you should ideally resort to a keylogger tool. An application like NetBull 220.127.116.11 can not only tell you what is being done at a targeted PC but it would also open up user accounts before you to go through at leisure. Using this tool you can quickly track if an employee is misusing his position and compromising classified data. Similarly the tool can be used to weed out instances of inappropriate computer usage at public workspaces.
When you launch the NetBull 18.104.22.168 application you are greeted by a compact blue screen where specific tabs for Monitoring options and Log Viewer are present. One of the most interesting aspects about the tool is its capacity to be deployed remotely over a network. In other words a system administrator in an office does not need to manually install it in every machine. The application is designed to discover saved passwords that may have been stored in a web browser like Firefox or Chrome. It can even be used to access user logins and passwords for instant messengers. The tool creates detailed reports of the logs and can send them over to you via a file transfer or even over email. Besides looking at detecting information, the application can also be used to block access to sites that you may not deem fit. The best part about this tool is that it does not show in any antivirus scan or even in the task manager.
Amongst the several keyloggers that you may come across the NetBull 22.214.171.124 scores high on account of its stellar performance and near absolute stealthy presence which earns it a score of three and half rating stars.