My complaint is that it's so hard to find a free keystroke logger online that I trust won't be detected on someone else's computer..
Oh, and that when your loved one endlessly accuses you of cheating (and you're not- nor desire to) and you find proof that he's soliciting women online...etc...
...that pointing all that out makes you the guilty one. That there are lame, lame, lame reasons to "explain" this away:
"my guy friend sent it to me, it was a joke"
"those show up as pop ups on my computer, I didn't visit those sites!"
"that's not my profile!" (His name, sex, age, location, dob...drivers license...you get the picture. looks bad. looks like him. saved to computer, logged in when its visited)
So I promised to stop snooping. (I seldom do anyway.) Regain trust, ya know? But the second - the very second - that I go back on my word, I find more incriminating stuff. Cell phone messages. Phone numbers. Computer history.
So yea...I don't trust downloads. But how it is that he was able to hack a program that sent myspace messages to his email? That was ages ago. Myspace is easy to hack probably.
Maybe if I cross my fingers and just click away, the right programs will be downloaded, I can "hack" into his email and find out what else he's been doing. Cuz apparently what I've found isn't proof enough (can I underline that?!) and it's all coincidence and my imagination.
(Side note: I HAVE been cutting and pasting things I've found. Of course, a person could always claim it's been forged. So easy to do with a computer.)
(Side note two: I promised to not enable history on his computer. This was months and months ago. Confession: I lied. I put it back on two days ago. Already there's tons of...garbage.)
(Side note three: I SUCK at picking out men. I give up. I'm serious. I officially give up. You heard it here. I'm an only child. My dads an extreme introvert (genetics). I prefer being alone.)
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Now you know.