A keystroke is a single press of a key on a keyboard. Each key press is a keystroke. Keystrokes can be used for programming purposes to respond to the user pressing a particular key. However, they can also be used for things such as keystroke logging, where a user's keystrokes are tracked either with or without the prior knowledge or consent of the user.
Examples of software programs that record keystrokes are typing tutor programs, that help teach users how to type more quickly and more accurately. Parental control programs can be set up to record keystrokes, allowing parents to see what their children are doing on the computer. Businesses and schools may use security software that has keylogging enabled, to track what their employees or students are doing on the computer and ensure there is no illegal or inappropriate activity occurrin
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