Family Cyber Alert [Version 4.51]
Concerned parents are using Family Cyber Alert, an all-in-one PC/Internet activity monitor, to keep a watchful eye on their family and monitor their PC/Internet activities. This parental control tool records everything your family members do online and offline, including e-mail, chat/instant messaging, Web sites, applications, file access, keystroke (keylogger), screen snapshots, and time and sequence. It provides automatic e-mail forwarding, e-mail/Chat/IM blocking, Web site blocking, games/applications blocking, automatic keyword detection and danger alert, and intelligent reporting. All the functions work simultaneously, saving the data to a hidden location. It is extremely easy to use. It will help stopping online predators and protect your family from harm. Works with Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/ME.
Net Nanny 5.5
Net Nanny is a powerful filtering tool that allows you to determine what Internet content enters your home. It comes with maximum protection and pre-set monitoring functions, which you can tailor to meet your family's needs.
KeyKatcher 64K PS/2 Hardware Keylogger
Simply plug this device between the keyboard and the computer and this hardware will record every keystroke typed! Consult with an attorney before installing such a device, particularly one that you do not personally own.
Here's a library of monitoring and anti-monitoring products, with much other useful information.
Note: There are all sorts of reasons why you may wish to monitor activity on your computer. Perhaps you suspect you have a cheating spouse. Maybe you want to know exactly what your children are doing online. Companies sometimes wish to monitor employee activites. If you are unsure about the laws in your area about using this software (or any of the hardware keystroke loggers), you should check with your attorney. Needless to say, it is up to the user to decide whether to try something on his/her particular computer - try any of these programs at your own peril. It is always wise to make a backup of your system before installing anything new.