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Candy
2004-Dec-19, 08:26 PM
Technology and the Unfaithful Spouse (http://dailynews.att.net/cgi-bin/news?e=pri&dt=041219&cat=scitech&st=scitech2020_li ttleblackbook_041217&src=abc)

It's the age-old game of "cat and mouse" -- cheating spouses. These days infidelity is even the stuff of reality TV. But you don't need a camera crew and private detectives to catch a cheating lover. These days all you need is a little software.
Whatís EBlaster, and how do I know itís on my computer at home or work? :evil:

harlequin
2004-Dec-19, 08:58 PM
Technology and the Unfaithful Spouse (http://dailynews.att.net/cgi-bin/news?e=pri&dt=041219&cat=scitech&st=scitech2020_li ttleblackbook_041217&src=abc)

It's the age-old game of "cat and mouse" -- cheating spouses. These days infidelity is even the stuff of reality TV. But you don't need a camera crew and private detectives to catch a cheating lover. These days all you need is a little software.
Whatís EBlaster, and how do I know itís on my computer at home or work? :evil:

Get one one of the programs that are hunts down spyware. Lavasoft (http://www.lavasoftusa.com/) is a common choice.

It is a good thing even if you don't think you have something to hide from your significant other. Some websites install program to monitor your activity such as the next time you enter in your credit card number....

Candy
2004-Dec-19, 09:07 PM
It is a good thing even if you don't think you have something to hide from your significant other. Some websites install program to monitor your activity such as the next time you enter in your credit card number....
I don't have a significant other. :(

I was thinking more about work. With tens of thousands of employees, how do they possibly monitor everyone with Internet access? :-?

Candy
2004-Dec-19, 09:15 PM
Originally created so parents and employers could monitor Internet activity, EBlaster acts like a computer surveillance camera, printing out a report of a computer user's keystrokes, chat room visits and e-mails written.
I should have posted this first, but then no one would read the thread. 8-[

jt-3d
2004-Dec-19, 09:16 PM
You don't have to catch everything. You only have to catch one thing somewhere down the line and work your way back. Everything doesn't have to be sniffed, only enough to get the 'scent'.