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I have some serious suspition that my boss installed some kind of spy software. Maybe a keylogger, screen capture or something to know what I do when he's not at the office.
I have nothing to hide so I don't know if he doesn't tell me anything because he didn't find anything out of place or because I'm being paranoid and he's not spying me.
Either way I want to be sure if I'm being spied because:
- I don't want to work for someone he doesn't trust me me
- It's illegal and I won't allow anyone to store my passwords (I do access my personal email, homebanking and Facebook account during lunch breaks) and personal information.
So... how can I detect spy software in a iMac running OS X 10.6.8? I have full admin permissions know it.
I tried scanning all folders in my user's and system Library but nothing rang any bell but since I think any of this software would hide the folder (either by location or name) I don't think I'll find a folder named Employeee Spy Data
I also looked all the processes running at different moments with Activity Monitor but again... it's not like the process would be called SpyAgent Helper
Is there a list of known possible folders / processes to look for?
Any other way to detect?