PC Logger v2.6 - detects any unauthorised changes to your PC

Discussion in 'Computer Security' started by ry@DundasValley, Dec 27, 2003.

  1. PCLogger tracks and logs software installations and removals while
    keeping a good record of the Audit Trail in a log file. Audible alarm
    to alert you of any changes (solicited or unsolicited) thus keeping
    you informed at all times of what is happening to your PC. Output log
    file is CSV format providing useful input for your asset
    management/inventory system or your PC diagnostics

    Features

    o - Tracks standard installations and removals
    o - Tracks NT service installations and removals
    o - Tracks ActiveX registrations and deregistrations
    o - Tracks changes to Auto Startup settings
    o - Tracks changes to Winlogon settings
    o - Tracks changes to scheduler settings (both AT and task scheduler)
    o - Tracks changes to file associations
    o - Tracks changes to network shares
    o - Tracks policy changes to Explorer,Network,System,Comdlg32
    o - Tracks changes to WINDOWS directory (*new*)
    o - Easy to silence alarms (for 1 hour)
    o - Easy to exclude events (*new*)
    o - Quick link to support email
    o - Quick link to web home page)
    o - Better tool tip message
    o - Improved menu system (*new*)


    Please try PCLogger at

    http://www.soft-trek.com.au/prjPCLogger.asp
    http://www.soft-trek.com.au/pclogger.zip (the file location)

    PCLogger is a Win32 shareware application.
    ry@DundasValley, Dec 27, 2003
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  2. ry@DundasValley

    M Mullen Guest

    On 26 Dec 2003 17:30:20 -0800, (ry@DundasValley)
    wrote:

    |> PCLogger tracks and logs software installations and removals while
    |> keeping a good record of the Audit Trail in a log file.

    Installrite does pretty much the same thing and it's free.
    http://www.epsilonsquared.com/

    |> PCLogger is a Win32 shareware application.

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    M Mullen, Dec 27, 2003
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  3. ry@DundasValley

    AvengerĀ© Guest

    On 26 Dec 2003 17:30:20 -0800,
    (ry@DundasValley) wrote:

    :pCLogger

    <sales pitch snipped>

    If ya keep posting your commercial spam here, you'll get Larted!!!



    "Put the CAT out to reply"
    AvengerĀ©, Dec 27, 2003
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  4. M Mullen <> wrote in message news:<>...
    >
    > |> PCLogger tracks and logs software installations and removals while
    > |> keeping a good record of the Audit Trail in a log file.
    >
    > Installrite does pretty much the same thing and it's free.
    > http://www.epsilonsquared.com/


    Have a quick review on Installrite (I also saw the report by
    Floydman). Cool product! It seemed to be targeting at simplifying
    installation, to create an installation trace and for ghosting
    purposes? (???). No doubt about it, Installrite looks cool and is
    written for the above needs. I have no intention to flame you but, to
    use it to detect PC changes looks like an overkill (IMHO) and also I
    could not find it doing it don't in real-time and you need to it
    manually. Am I right?

    And lastly we wrote PCLogger (not to compete against Installrite or
    similar remote installation program) but to act as a companion for
    anti-virus software. Yes, we still use Norton for our anti-virus
    protection, install o/s patches; PCLogger just give us an extra peace
    of mind.

    Cheers
    ry
    ry@DundasValley, Dec 28, 2003
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