tool for making picure if logon failed

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  1. whiteangel777 macrumors member

    whiteangel777

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    #1
    Hi,

    someone told me that there is a tool, which makes a picture with the buldin iSlght or a different Cam, when someone trys to Logon you system but fails.

    I searched the web, but I didn`t found anything.

    If someone knows these tool, please tell me the name/source.

    Thanks.

    cheers
    whity
     
  2. whiteangel777 thread starter macrumors member

    whiteangel777

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    #3
    which words you used for searching?

    is it use full? did you installed it allready?

    anyways, thanks!
     
  3. i.shaun macrumors 6502a

    i.shaun

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    #4
    sorry, I didn't install, I just checked the link and unfortunately it seems pretty out dated. The link to the software is broken, though I found it somewhere else.

    It requires another bit of software which is suppose to be installed in various locations in order to boot with OS X and run even before logging in, however the other software is also linked with a broken link.


    I tried searching for it, and I did find one which is a .pkg (installer) but I don't trust it. It said I would have to install it, not that it had it's own installer. That, coupled with the fact that it immediately asked for my Admin Password, and it is a questionable app from a questionable source means I will not be blindly entering my info -- it could be a trojan.



    I tried other searches but didn't find anything that I would trust.


    edit: I typed this in google originally:

    iSight + Login
     
  4. miles01110 macrumors Core

    miles01110

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    I vaguely recall something like this, just a minute while I search...

    Edit: The program I was thinking of is called iAlertU. It's a bit old and requires an Apple Remote (it was made when all Mac notebooks came with remotes), but it should still work.
     

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