I'm digital arts student who wants to visualize internet addiction. How do I log browser activity: not just history...but back, forward, scrolling, and the seconds between each action? [more inside]
My nephew believes his gmail and facebook accounts have been hacked by a coworker. Hacker may have had physical access to nephew's Mac laptop. Is there a (simple) way to detect if a keystroke logger has been installed? And/or is there any anti-spyware software you can recommend? Is there something other than a keystroke logger that we should be looking for? [more inside]
What do you do when you think you've been hacked, but don't know how? [more inside]
Is there a way to quickly switch between audio outputs in OS X? I have speakers set up through a Griffin iMic, and I also have headphones that I plug into my iBook's headphone jack. Sometimes I like to be able to quickly switch from one to another. Currently I have to go to the sound preference pane choose from my options there. Obviously this isn't an enormous pain in the ass, but it would be nice if I could map it to a keystroke or something. I have Quicksilver and have fiddled with it a little, but if there is a way to make it do what I want, I can't figure it out.
Please recommend a Windows 2000 program that will allow me to assign a keyboard command to bring all windows of an active application forward or launch the application if it is not yet open. [more inside]
Can you help me find a usable, friendly keystroke logger for Windows that isn't creepware? [more inside]
Keystroke recorders. What are their limitations? A Windows XP computer where I work had a trojan which was described by antivirus companies to use a keystroke recorder to steal information and send it somewhere over the net. Does the OS have built-in protection against this? Can these things record any keystroke made on a computer, or does it depend on the application?