KeystrokeRecorder  X
KeystrokeRecorder X
3.4.1

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KeystrokeRecorder  X free download for Mac

KeystrokeRecorder X

3.4.1
05 February 2009

Records each keystroke into a file for later retrieval.

Overview

KeystrokeRecorder X is an application that records each keystroke into a file for later retrieval.

Installation is much simpler than previous versions of KeystrokeRecorder as it is now a simple background, also known as faceless, application. Just copy KeystrokeRecorder X to you hard drive and double click it.

Since it is a background application it might not appear to that it launched. Just press some keys on your keyboard and you'll see the results in the log file.

What's new in KeystrokeRecorder X

Version 3.4.1: Added the ability to change the SMTP Server Port. Previously, this was hardcoded to port 25.

More info here: http://www.campsoftware.com/keystrokerecorder_history

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6 KeystrokeRecorder X Reviews

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Anonymous
12 May 2004

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Hey folks, If you really think he's charging too much for the software, then write your own and make it available free here on Macupdate. Or if you've tried this software and it failed to work as advertised, then by all means, let us know. Otherwise, stop your whining.
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Version 3.2.2
Fredducker
12 May 2007
So... It wasn't recognized as an app at all. Just a blank rectangle for an icon. Double-clicked on it, nothing. Sorry...
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Version 3.3.1
1 answer(s)
Halgumbert
Halgumbert
03 December 2007
This tend to happen when a zip file is expanded with an older version of StuffitExpander. We're simple using Mac OS X's built in zip compression.
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Version 3.3.2
leoofborg
22 June 2004
Hmm. So, we have a number of applications, as well as Spell Catcher that have keyboard log rolling for somewhere around the same price or more (for more features). We have this application, which goes OUT OF ITS WAY not to be found in the Process List of Activity Monitor (so the author writes in his web page) -- as well as having other 'stealth' features. Face it, the main market for this software is crackers. This is a 'sploit waiting to happen. Probably on someone else's machine.
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Version 3.2.3
2 answer(s)
leoofborg
leoofborg
22 June 2004
Oh, and Lars? Next time you comment, use 'From Developer' so we know who you are.
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Version 3.2.3
Anonymous
Anonymous
23 June 2004
leoofborg You sure have HIS number - regards his posting here and not having the courage to use his own name. Right on, bro
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Version 3.2.3
Anonymous
12 May 2004
Hey folks, If you really think he's charging too much for the software, then write your own and make it available free here on Macupdate. Or if you've tried this software and it failed to work as advertised, then by all means, let us know. Otherwise, stop your whining.
Like (2)
Version 3.2.2
leoofborg
12 May 2004
Hmm, no real contact info, a PO Box, web design partially ripped from Apple..... and a lot of oneTrickPony slightly expensive MacOS9 apps that look ported....no thanks!
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Version 3.2.2
Anonymous
12 May 2004
This developer must be high to charge $40 (LOL) for this one-trick pony. That's the same pricepoint as the entire iLife suite! Seriously, pal, charge $9 and you'd see your overall sales skyrocket. Penny wise, pound foolish...
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Version 3.2.2
1 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
23 June 2004
Amen!
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Version 3.2.3
Anonymous
12 May 2004
I've followed this developer for several years now. I have as yet, and I've tried, to see how he justifies the price he demands for his programs. To me, it is incredible, considering that he, as a shareware developer, has zero overhead, which is what drives up and justifies the cost for commercial apps to begin with. $40 for this not so stellar program, is nothing less than pure greed. No wonder there is so much piracy on the Net these days. Everyone knows that the average Mac user is young, usually participating in some form of education, and definitely lacking in an abundance of green backs. Get real with your prices, and you might even sell something.
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Version 3.2.2
3 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
22 June 2004
So as another "ShareWare" developer I have zero overhead? So I get Mac OS X Panther for free? I get internet access for free? I get a new computer every year for free? And I guess my time and experience in making Mac software is worthless? Thank you for clarifying how you see ShareWare authors! I will immediately take down my commercial web site, turn off the cable modem and forget about the greedy 20-somethings that think everything is owed to them. How dare I charge money for something *I* created out of thin air to benefit other computer users who lack the skills/time to make software of any size/complexity themselves!
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Version 3.2.3
Anonymous
Anonymous
22 June 2004
I'm not taking sides, but I remember in the early 1980's when a spreadsheet program for a mini computer ran $12,000. It didn't have 1/2 the power of MS Excel. I think with the advent of Mac OS X, and more programmers writing software, that $40 for a software program I really need is incredibly inexpensive. The program may not be for me, but I don't expect anybody to work for nothing.
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Version 3.2.3
Larryb16
Larryb16
06 February 2009
Presumably, anyone who would set a for a price for their product or service higher than this guy is willing to pay will be labeled "greedy." This is not a review of the software offered, but an unwarranted personal attack on the developer. This so-called "review" should be removed as abusive, or at least ignored.
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Version 3.4.1