Monitoring MSN / Windows Messenger Chats Remotely

Discussion in 'Computer Security' started by fred, Aug 2, 2003.

  1. fred

    fred Guest

    If you are concerned about what your employees talk about when chatting on
    the
    'net, or who they are chatting to then monitoring software is one solution.

    There are many products on the market which claim to be able to monitor chat
    sessions in 'complete stealth mode' without the person using the computer
    knowing about it. However these days many people are suitably computer
    literate,
    they could probably find out if they suspected you were monitoring them.

    There is a new program called NetChatSpy which allows you to monitor MSN
    chat sessions remotely - no extra software needs to be installed on the
    systems being monitored. This is most suited to the situation where you have
    several computers in a network or in your house (like in the kids rooms)
    which are all
    connected via an internet gateway. The program only needs to be set up on
    the gateway system and can monitor chats on all of the other computers. You
    don't need to access or install anything on the other computers at all
    provided all systems
    are connected via a hub or an internet gateway system.

    For further details or for a free demo, see this web-site:
    http://netchatspy.cjb.net
    fred, Aug 2, 2003
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  2. In article <>, says...
    > If you are concerned about what your employees talk about when chatting on
    > the
    > 'net, or who they are chatting to then monitoring software is one solution.
    >
    > There are many products on the market which claim to be able to monitor chat
    > sessions in 'complete stealth mode' without the person using the computer
    > knowing about it. However these days many people are suitably computer
    > literate,
    > they could probably find out if they suspected you were monitoring them.
    >



    FUD.

    A network sniffer does this for free and without spamming folks on
    usenet.






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