How to do remote surveillance of your desktop with 1AVMonitor

1AVMonitor is a remote surveillance tool with very interesting features.

As a matter of fact I believe from my experience that 1AVMonitor is one of the best remote surveillance tools there is. The only limitation 1AVMonitor has is not having the ability to monitor multiple cameras, only if coupled with ScreenCamera.Net can 1AVMonitor make surveillance on multiple video sources.

Most people if not all like to spy and in this here case spy remotely your PC desktop. It is a human characteristic to want and have the ability to spy on others without being noticed. 1AVMonitor provides you with that ability.

When you start a monitoring task with 1AVMonitor, the program publishers a secure password protected website and in this website you can check live video from your desktop, review captured images on a slide show format, review the pressed keystrokes, review recorded video and audio files, and view the current picture of your desktop.

1AVMonitor comes equipped with a stealth mode in which it vanishes from the user eyes. In stealth mode 1AVMonitor can not be found even on the Task Manager. You can have stealth mode started with 1AVMonitor when Windows starts so you can set up a 24×7 surveillance task and not to worry about hard disk space because you can set 1AVMonitor to automatically delete files older then a certain number of days, 7 for example, you can run 1AVMonitor 24×7 and you will always have access to all last week activity.

1AVMonitor can do surveillance on all PC user accounts, administrator or not.

Bellow you find a video explainning how it is done.


3 responses to “How to do remote surveillance of your desktop with 1AVMonitor

  1. Thank you for any other informative blog. Where else could
    I am getting that type of info written in such an ideal means?
    I’ve a venture that I’m just now running on, and I’ve been at the glance out for such information.

  2. Outstanding post however I was wanting to know if you could write a litte more on this
    subject? I’d be very thankful if you could elaborate a little bit further. Kudos!

  3. Check these videos. They are tutorials of how to use 1AVMonitor.

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