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TrackYourMac 1.0.1
Apr 15, 2004 05:14PM
Contributed by:
http://www.trackyourmac.net
Download: 3.1MB Disk Image

TrackYourMac is a software utility that will monitor your Mac's IP address to allow you to keep tabs on your Mac.

From the moment the TrackYourMac software is installed you will be able to keep track of your Mac via email or via the web. Although insurance may cover the fact your Mac has been stolen the data on it can be more valuable to you than the hardware itself.

TrackYourMac is a great tool in finding where your Mac is currently located simply for reference if you are a system administrator, or in the event that your Mac is stolen. Now the law enforcement agencies have something to work with should your Mac get stolen.

Web and Mail based tracking

Information about the physical hardware is stored to help identify the Mac

Automatically starts on machine boot. It does not require a user to be logged in

Service runs hidden


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