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Free KGB Key Logger 4.5.4.831 for Windows

by ReFog Software

Avg. Rating 2.9 (19 votes)

File Details

File Size 4.2 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows NT/Server 2003/Server 2008/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 8,694
Publisher ReFog Software
Homepage Free KGB Key Logger

Publisher's Description

Free KGB Key Logger is a free keyboard tracking software that is widely used by both regular users and IT security specialists. The reason for such popularity is that this program does not just record keystrokes; it is capable of recording language specific characters (ex. umlauts), date and time certain window was initiated as well as the caption of that window.

Latest Reviews

Project51

Project51 reviewed v4.5.3.827 on Feb 21, 2008

Yup it's free, but only if enter your credic card number to their partner.

Lame and buried.

obisam

obisam reviewed v1.94 on Jul 10, 2006

Freeware is copyrighted computer software which is made available for use free of charge, for an unlimited time, as opposed to shareware where the user is required to pay after some trial period.

The only criterion for being classified as "freeware" is that the software must be made available for use for an unlimited time at no cost. The software license may impose other restrictions, e.g. free for personal use; individual use; non-profit use; non-commercial use; academic use; commercial use; or a combination of these, e.g. "Free for personal, non-commercial use."

Freeware is often considered a sort of middle ground between public domain (where the programmer gives up all his rights to the software) or free software, and proprietary or shareware publishing with its more restrictive for-cost licensing. Programmers who release freeware often want to "give something to the community" but also want credit for their software and to retain control of its future development. Often, when a programmer decides to stop developing a freeware product, he or she will give the source code to another programmer or release the product's source code to the public.

In closeing the program may be good, but it is NOT freeware

Avg. Rating 2.9 (19 votes)
Your Rating
Project51

Project51 reviewed v4.5.3.827 on Feb 21, 2008

Yup it's free, but only if enter your credic card number to their partner.

Lame and buried.

obisam

obisam reviewed v1.94 on Jul 10, 2006

Freeware is copyrighted computer software which is made available for use free of charge, for an unlimited time, as opposed to shareware where the user is required to pay after some trial period.

The only criterion for being classified as "freeware" is that the software must be made available for use for an unlimited time at no cost. The software license may impose other restrictions, e.g. free for personal use; individual use; non-profit use; non-commercial use; academic use; commercial use; or a combination of these, e.g. "Free for personal, non-commercial use."

Freeware is often considered a sort of middle ground between public domain (where the programmer gives up all his rights to the software) or free software, and proprietary or shareware publishing with its more restrictive for-cost licensing. Programmers who release freeware often want to "give something to the community" but also want credit for their software and to retain control of its future development. Often, when a programmer decides to stop developing a freeware product, he or she will give the source code to another programmer or release the product's source code to the public.

In closeing the program may be good, but it is NOT freeware

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