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User acitivity monitoring

Hi there, im just looking for a script that can log the user activity and i dont know how to make a script.if you had pls.help. thanks.

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Creepy spys like you make hackers smile the FBI and gov suits love folks who make there job easy
try the log of user activity is a prime target for the Goverments new Stealth watcher program
Be very carfull what you wish for ------Peace

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