Donna <email@example.com> wrote in news:TiRXj.8983$nl7.1206
> I found a receipt in my husband's credit card bill for something I think
> might be something called Spectre Pro Spyware wireless keylogger.
Ouch... That's probably not a good thing.
Maybe it's not for your computer?
> I presume the software must "phone home" somehow the keylogging activity.
Depending on the version, it's storing a copy on your computer; if it's
installed there. Not my place to say why it may be present on your
computer, but it's worth noting that previous versions basically did a
snapshot, so anything you do, is copied. Chat sessions, email, web surfing,
and no, you can't erase it from those programs easily.
> Is there any way, perhaps by looking at network activity, that I can tell
> if my husband bought it for use on my winxp computer?
If it's on that computer, and properly installed, under normal conditions,
you shouldn't notice it's presence.
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