ViewRemote Software on Thursday announced its release of ViewRemote for Mac, a Mac OS X-native version of its remote surveillance product. ViewRemote works by installing client software on the Mac that then allows the activity on that Mac to be viewed remotely using a Web browser.
ViewRemote can automatically record anything that happens on the Mac, according to its developers, including keystrokes, which applications are launched, and periodic screenshots displaying what’s happening on the computer.
The software works through the installation of the software on the Mac; once installed and activated, ViewRemote’s recordings are sent automatically to that corresponding user account on ViewRemote.com’s server, and optionally by e-mail.
ViewRemote requires Mac OS X v10.2 or later. A 5-day free trial version is available. It costs US$59.99 from the Web site.