How to Log Into Refog
By Jessica Ring
Updated September 22, 2017
Refog Keylogger is a keystroke tracking and security program. Once installed, it tracks and records every keystroke performed on the computer. The program can run visibly through the Start menu or desktop icon, like most programs. It also has a "hidden" mode for tracking keystrokes in the background. If you want to login to Refog, you must set a hot key and master password to access the program in invisibility mode.
Run or open Refog Keylogger. In standard mode, there should be a desktop shortcut or Start menu icon.
Select "Invisibility" from the menu on the left.
Click the "Hot Key" box. Select a hot key, or series of keys, to pull up the Magic Password prompt. For example, "CTRL," "ALT" and "K" could be a hot key.
Click the "Magic Password" box. Enter a secure password.
Click "Apply" to set both the Hot Key and the Magic Password.
Check the "Run in Hidden Mode" box and select "OK." The program and all traces of it will disappear. Press your select Hot Key on the keyboard to pull up the password prompt. Enter your password to access the dashboard again.
It is illegal and unethical to monitor people without their consent or knowledge.
Jessica Ring began writing and editing professionally in 2006 for "The Voice," her university's collegiate newspaper. She is a certified English teacher with a Bachelor of Arts in communication and English literature. She is currently in the process of obtaining her master's degree in education.