Norton 360 and Win Spy Keylogger
This is probably off topic but please forgive and let me know where I should post this.This is a major issue for me at this moment and I need some help and advice.
I have an issue with an employee who uses one of my workstations. This could become a legal issue and my attorney has advised me to record, document and capture everything they do on the workstation. It is legal in my state and the employees signed a statement at hireing concerning acceptable use and network security monitoring.
I am a small outfit and don't have the finances to drop a thousand or so for a high end monitoring setup with a promiscuous mode NIC and remote monitoring etc.
so I am looking at the basic keylogger type setup.
For ease of use and reporting capabilities, etc. I am looking at Win-Spy.com
My question is this:
The forums and other web searches indicate that older versions of Norton picked up win spy as a Trojan with remote access, and yes basically it is.
Will 360 kick it out and block access/quarantine it? (I will be loading it locally on the machine and storing the log files in an hidden folder on that machine).
Because of the problems with the employee I do not want to disable any of Nortons features, and they are just slick enough to notice if Norton reports an error or shows a red x on the icon and I don't want to tip them off before I get the information I need for the attorney.
Thank you in advance for your assistance