SniperSpy Spy Software Unveils Instantaneous Remote Surveillance For MacintoshSniperSpy Spy Software Unveils Instantaneous Remote Surveillance For Macintosh
Remote monitoring technology runs in the background behind all other applications
August 13, 2010
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Aug. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Retina-X Studios, LLC, the creators of the first spy software for the iPhone, announced today the immediate availability of SniperSpy Mac for Macintosh computers. Using this groundbreaking remote monitoring technology, worried parents and employers can now silently watch the entire screen of their child or employee's Mac instantaneously from any location. The hybrid surveillance system also displays full activity logs of keystrokes, chat conversations and other activities.
SniperSpy Mac runs in extreme stealth mode and no mentions of the program are shown within the computer. The software runs in the background behind all other applications. After the software is set up on a Macintosh, it silently records screenshots and activity logs and uploads them to a secure website. The customer views activity by logging into the website from any web browser including all computers and smartphones.
The software introduces instantaneous monitoring to the Mac OS X platform. Never before has a parent or employer been able to remotely and silently watch what a child or employee is doing on a Mac at any given moment. The program's Live Control Panel also allows real-time file system access and live viewing of keystrokes typed and other monitoring tools.
Also included within SniperSpy Mac is activity logging. All activity of the monitored Mac is recorded and uploaded for later viewing, with screenshots. The logger records entire chat conversations, all keystrokes typed, all websites visited and more. All activities are viewable inside the secure online control using any web browser.
"I ordered this software because we caught my 14-year-old daughter talking to 40-year-old men on the Internet," says Eli Edwards, a SniperSpy customer. Retina-X Studios CEO James Johns states, "If you think your child might be doing naughty things on the Internet, SniperSpy Mac will show you the entire truth before it's too late."
This exclusive system helps businesses enforce their Acceptable Use policies on company-provided computers. The software can also monitor teen or family computers. It gives a parent the ability to verify their child's Internet activities are currently safe by logging into a secure website from any web browser. Another common use is to back up a user's own activity as a record of important work data.
SniperSpy Mac runs on all Macintosh computers running the latest Mac OS X v10.6 Snow Leopard or Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard operating systems. SniperSpy Mac can be found at http://www.sniperspymac.com. The software is also available for Windows computers at http://www.sniperspy.com.
About Retina-X Studios:
RXS designs and develops tools that let users monitor their individual computer, network or smartphone. RXS products have been mentioned by Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, MacWorld, Reader's Digest and other media outlets.
Craig Thompson (888) 475-5345 [email protected]
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