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Client wants a keylogger

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Hi guys and gals

 

Sadly it's been a while since I've been on here, as I have started university.

 

Anyways... Recently a client has come to me asking for a keylogger for her computer. The problem is..

1. She has to install it and everything.

2. Nothing can pop up, or suggest presence of a keylogger

 

Could anyone recommend a good free keylogger/monitor. Ive searched google, but the ones I found just get taken off by the antivirus.

 

Thanks in advanced.

 

Ps: hope it is an acceptable subject..since it is not for hacking purposes.

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the problem is most keyloggers are installed without the user knowing so these antivirus are good at detecting this stuff. If you wrote a app yourself  and had to installed the proper way, it may not be flagged.

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Just turn the antivirus off, install the KL, then direct the antivirus to allow the KL to run, then re-enable. Enjoy!

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I programmed one a while back for personal use; runs automatically on startup after being executed once manually.Saves logs locally, requires zero user feedback or interface. Logs keypresses, program/window names on whatever has priority and obviously keeps track of changing window priorities such as going from notepad to word, et cetera. Logs date and time, new log when system time changes - I ran it on a AMD K6 system and it barely consumed any resources, wasn't noticable. IIRC it logs all key presses, including combination keys such as when using CTRL.

 

Would this be sufficient? I'd have to dig it up and maybe update it :whistling: ...

 

It was a pretty simple program, but ran well for over two years. In this day and age it is possible to also take random screenshots and save them without much if any notice - thanks to the increasing performance of most machines

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Would this be sufficient? I'd have to dig it up and maybe update it :whistling: ...

 

 

I think so...if you could, it would be a great help.. Edited by Il_napoletano

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the problem is most keyloggers are installed without the user knowing so these antivirus are good at detecting this stuff. If you wrote a app yourself and had to installed the proper way, it may not be flagged.

What would the "proper way" be?

 

I was thinking to make one with python. But i need visual basics and haven't got it at the moment.

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I programmed one a while back for personal use; runs automatically on startup after being executed once manually.Saves logs locally, requires zero user feedback or interface. Logs keypresses, program/window names on whatever has priority and obviously keeps track of changing window priorities such as going from notepad to word, et cetera. Logs date and time, new log when system time changes - I ran it on a AMD K6 system and it barely consumed any resources, wasn't noticable. IIRC it logs all key presses, including combination keys such as when using CTRL.

 

Would this be sufficient? I'd have to dig it up and maybe update it :whistling: ...

 

It was a pretty simple program, but ran well for over two years. In this day and age it is possible to also take random screenshots and save them without much if any notice - thanks to the increasing performance of most machines

Sounds like PerfectKL which I used to use. Worked well and I think you can name the service that runs whatever you want

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