It is the responsibility of the user of the software/hardware, to ascertain, and obey, all applicable local, state and
federal laws in regard to the use of the software/hardware for "sneaky
purposes". If you are in doubt, consult your local attorney before
using the software/hardware. By downloading and
installing the software and/or purchasing the hardware, you represent that the software/hardware will be
used in only a lawful manner.
Logging other people's keystroke or breaking into other people's computer without their
knowledge can be considered as an illegal activity by many American courts.
software/hardware is intended for authorized system administrators and/or owners of the computer.
Amecisco assumes no liability and is not responsible for any misuse or damage
caused by our software/hardware product. It's final user's responsibility to obey all applicable
local, state, and federal laws.
Department of Justice Letter on
Keystroke Monitoring and Login Banners
Summary: The legality of such monitoring is governed by 18 U. S. C. %
2510 et seq. The statute does not directly address the propriety
of keystroke monitoring by system administrators. We believe that
such keystroke monitoring of intruders may be defensible under the
statute. However, the statute does not expressly authorize such
monitoring. A banner notice is recommended. The banner should indicate to authorized users
that they may be monitored during the effort to monitor the
may download the original U.S. Department of Justice letter here