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Riley411
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Can session log tell if file manager was used?

Hi, I recently used MacKeeper and got about 15 minutes deep into someone having access to my computer over LogMeIn Rescue before realizing “hey wait, this is sketchy”.
I closed the connection and ended the session, and I think I uninstalled all of the related software. I can’t find any MacKeeper, Krom, or LMI Rescue files.
I read a number of recent articles about how MK is more legit now, but I don’t know if I buy it.

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AshC
LogMeIn Contributor

Re: Can session log tell if file manager was used?

@Riley411  There will be log files on your computer, unless you deleted the Rescue software already.  However, I don't believe it shows what was transferred --- only that the event occurred. 

Orrell2269
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Re: Can session log tell if file manager was used?

Is this issue resolved completely? We are facing the same problem.

 

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AshC
LogMeIn Contributor

Re: Can session log tell if file manager was used?

@Orrell2269  Can you give us a use-case example for the importance of this data?  It will help prioritize development work in the future.  

 

Thanks. 

Harris561
New Contributor

Re: Can session log tell if file manager was used?

If you are using this feature, you can also open your .bin file logs directly in Workflow Monitor, but it needs to be able to see the directory the .bin ...

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