SpyCobra USB – keep an eye on your kids

spycobra-usbSo you wanna keep an eye on what’s going on the computer, laptop or just suspect your employers?


The next generation of computer surveillance systems is here!watching

Extremely useful and highly covert, the SpyCobra is perfect for parents that want to keep an eye on their kids’ internet activities, employers who suspect their staff are up to something or private investigators gathering information, the SpyCobra is a covert computer logging device that’s a giant leap forward in spy technology.

What makes this device different is that it doesn’t have to be left plugged into a PC. You plug it into a USB port and within 15 seconds you can install a small piece of software that will log keys, remember websites visited and take screen shots at regular intervals.

spycobra usb

There’s no hardware to detect and when you want to retrieve the information gathered, you just plug the SpyCobra unit into the PC again and everything will be uploaded onto it, so you can take it away and examine it later.

Source: ThumbsUp[UK]


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