Keystroke Spy Frequently Asked Questions

Here you will find common questions about our Keystroke Spy software.

Keystroke Spy's Product Manual/Help Documentation
Keystroke Spy Mac's Product Manual/Help Documentation

Keystroke Spy will work on Windows 98, ME, NT, 2000, 2003, XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, and 10. 64-bit versions of Windows supported.

Keystroke Spy will work on Mac OS X 10.5 and later, and all versions of macOS.

Under Keystroke Spy's "General" settings make sure you have checked the 'Load on Windows Startup' option.

Yes - access the "Application Filters" settings tab within Keystroke Spy. Here you will be able to add applications and window titles that you want Keystroke Spy to log exclusively.

Yes - Keystroke Spy for Windows can log any passwords that are typed by the user while Keystroke Spy is monitoring.

The most likely explanation for this is that the log location where Keystroke Spy stores its activity logs does not have proper security permissions. Make sure the log location for Keystroke Spy's activity monitoring has full read/write access for all users of your computer.

Please open the System Preferences on your Mac, then click on 'Security & Privacy', then select the 'Privacy' tab. Click on the padlock at the bottom left of the screen so you can make changes, then check the checkbox next to 'ksysconfig' in the apps list. After this keystroke logging should work properly (a reboot may be required).