Originally posted by Shumway
Guy's read what he said first,he said it's for one of his client's so stop jumping to conclusion's
Yeah, I'm sure it is one of his "clients" so we don't need to be curious, right?
Come on...have some coffee...can we slap you around a little?
The fact that he's using a keylogger is suspicious in the first place. Then, regardless of who he's using it on, I want a valid reason for it. I don't support spying and hacking.
This supposed person isn't even an employee, it's a client.
I'm not budging until he gives us some kind of valid reason, especially since this is borderline-illegal.