How to spy on someone’s MSN/Aim

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How to spy on someone’s MSN/Aim

Post by MrMIMI » Mon May 16, 2011 1:37 am

Here you will get instructions to choose an AIM/MSN Spy software to monitor chat conversations secretely.

Please use this question and answer wizard to choose what monitoring software you will need for your own individual uses.

Click an answer below to find out what monitoring software you should use.

1. I want to monitor MSN/Aim Chat conversations remotely, but have no physical access

To monitor somenone’s MSN/Aim Chat conversations remotely without physical access, you need Realtime-Spy remote spy software.
Example: You want to monitor your computer at home, but you are out of town, or do not have access to the computer – and you would like to view logs remotely from any location.

2. I want to monitor MSN/Aim Chat conversations remotely, and I have physical access

To monitor MSN/Aim Chat conversations remotely with physical access. The best spy software for you is Micor keylogger.
Example: You want to monitor your computer at home from work and you are able to install the software yourself physically. You also want to view logs remotely via email, or via a direct connection to the remote computer.

3. I want to monitor MSN/Aim Chat conversations, but just locally.

Example: You want to monitor your computer. You have physical access to this computer to install the software and view its activity logs. So you just need the local computer monitoring software.

4. I want to monitor/filter/restrict my child’s computer usage.

Example: You want to monitor your computer that your child uses. You want to be able to track their activities, filter improper content, and maybe even restrict their usage times.

5. I want to monitor computers on a network from one location.

Example: You want to monitor your entire network from one location without having to go to each workstation physically. You also want to track roving users that use multiple computers during the day.

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Re: How to spy on someone’s MSN/Aim

Post by Cool_Fire » Mon May 16, 2011 11:45 am

In most of these cases I'd put monitoring on the network level, rather then the machine level. That way you don't need to worry about the user changing operating systems or detecting and uninstalling your logging tools.

But it is still a valid approach and could well be of use in certain situations.
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Re: How to spy on someone’s MSN/Aim

Post by rundata » Fri Jan 06, 2012 2:46 pm

I wonder if MSN will drop encryption if none is available...

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Re: How to spy on someone’s MSN/Aim

Post by Alrale » Mon May 14, 2012 9:49 pm

My husband can't tell lie to me with the software.
Also a web filter to block porn is great too.
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Re: How to spy on someone’s MSN/Aim

Post by Cool_Fire » Tue May 15, 2012 6:58 am

rundata wrote:I wonder if MSN will drop encryption if none is available...
MSN doesn't use encryption at all for the chats. Just https for the login data.
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Post by dale » Tue May 15, 2012 12:07 pm

Alrale wrote:My husband can't tell lie to me with the software.
Also a web filter to block porn is great too.
This can't be right!
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Re: How to spy on someone’s MSN/Aim

Post by thrasher456 » Wed May 16, 2012 3:09 am

hmm i dont know about MSN/Aim but if u are a skype savvy person then read this

Skype Vulnerability Exposing User IP Addresses

url : http://pastebin.com/rBu4jDm8

There is currently no way of protecting yourself against the lookup of the IP address, other than not logging in to Skype when the software is not needed.

source : http://thehackernews.com/2012/05/skype- ... er-ip.html

since i dont use Skype i cannot test it but please some body test it and let me know ( PM me )

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Re: How to spy on someone’s MSN/Aim

Post by Cool_Fire » Wed May 16, 2012 6:54 pm

The Skype vulnerability does indeed exist and the 'exploit' does work. However, the real question should be how much it matters. Your IP address is all over the place all the time anyway. Someone having your IP address should in no way be a security concern.

Having said that, they should still fix it simply because it's not supposed to work this way regardless of it's implications on security.
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