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When a remote installation fails

No covert remote installation of spy software can be guaranteed. Any spy software vendor that guarantees success of remote installations is lying.

In this article I will explain what you could do if your first attempt to install spy software like redpill Detective covertly (without the target user’s knowledge) failed.

There are many reasons why a remote installation of a spy program could fail:
The target user could have decided not to open or run the attachment (install module).The target user could have received a warning from his/her anti-virus saying that it is not a known program and asking the user if he wants to allow the program to run. If he chooses not to allow the program to run, the installation will fail.The install module needs to run on a Windows operating system. The target user could have opened the attachment on another operating system (MAC, linux, android).The target computer might be protected by an additional two-way firewall (apart from the standard Windows Fire…

Live Computer Monitoring Improved

The Live Computer Monitoring of redpill Detective has been improved.

Apart from recording all keystrokes (key logger), redpill Detective allows you to see what is happening on a computer in (near) real time. You can see the latest screenshot of what was done on the computer that is updated every 120 seconds.

Some improvements were made as how redpill Detective detects if something interesting is happening on the computer. You can also now view the current screenshot as well as go two screenshots back to get a better ‘view’ of what the target is doing ... just click on the Date and Time button of the screenshot you want to view. You can also Zoom any picture that was taken to full screen.

redpill Detective is spy software that can be remotely installed on a computer anywhere in the world. For more information on redpill Detective visit the redpill website.