[kee-law-ging, ‐log-ing] /ˈkiˌlɔ gɪŋ, ‐ˌlɒg ɪŋ/
the practice of using a software program or hardware device (keylogger) to record all keystrokes on a computer keyboard, either overtly as a surveillance tool or covertly as :
Many employers are making use of keylogging to monitor their employees’ computer habits.
the practice of covertly recording and monitoring keystrokes made on a remote computer, typically using a dedicated software application or piece of implanted hardware
[kee-man] /ˈkiˌmæn/ noun, plural keymen. 1. a person highly important or essential to the functioning of an organization, as the head of a sales force or branch office.
noun 1. life insurance taken out by a business firm on an essential or very important employee, with the firm as beneficiary.
- Key-man assurance
noun 1. an assurance policy taken out, esp by a small company, on the life of a senior executive whose death would create a serious loss
noun 1. advance rent or security required of a new tenant and given in exchange for the key to the house or apartment. 2. an amount of money paid, often secretly, to a landlord, superintendent, or current tenant by a person desiring future tenancy. noun 1. a fee payment required from a new tenant of […]