Perfect Keylogger is a computer application which is available for everyone. It can be downloaded from file sharing websites or installed alongside some free application, including players, toolbars, and so on. Its function is to monitor actions performed on the PC and inform the user about it. The stealthy application can be chosen by parents who, for example, want to ascertain what websites their children browse. For example, the user can make a keyword list which will be filtered whenever a word is typed into the key, and if the one who is being monitored enters the “bad” word, the user is notified about it. Moreover, the user can choose the folder in which Perfect Kelogger locates the collected information, and the files are saved as .htm files.
Perfect Keylogger is regarded as a potentially unwanted program (PUP) and can be detected as such by some computer security programs. We recommend that you remove this application if your anti-virus program has detected it as in the hands of cyber criminals this program may be used as a tool for retrieving URLs, passwords and the screen contents. Remove Perfect Keylogger if you do not want to risk losing your bank account details and other information that may help criminals to commit identity theft.
Even though the application may be suitable for monitoring children, you should keep in mind that if you have not installed the application on purpose, you may be being monitored by a third-party, and the sooner you get rid of the surreptitious application, the better it is.
Note that Perfect Keylogger does not have its uninstall software. If you have installed the application yourself, you should have direct access to the interface of the application, where, in the General section you should choose the Click here to uninstall keylogger option. However, if Perfect Keylogger has been reported by you anti-virus tool as it has been installed by mistake, it is advisable to use SpyHunter which will remove Perfect Keylogger and safeguard the PC against computer infections and potentially unwanted programs.