View Full Version : Paying 50$ for help

12-12-2008, 05:05 PM
If they can explain to me in the easiest way... how to send a keylogger through email or aim successfully... give me every detail. give me all the downloads and everything i dont know computer lingo so give me all details. tell me if i neeed to make it an exe. how to do it i dont know what that is or what it does... i know nothing about this but if u take me through it and get the keylogger to send and go through and for this to work i will send you 50$ via paypal.

12-12-2008, 05:39 PM
50 bucks will get you spytector with one month support. http://www.spytector.com/purchase.html
First, google for "keylogger tutorials" and look at some of those. All remote install keyloggers are basically the same. Make a server and go from there.
keylogger.org can help you.

12-22-2008, 06:27 AM
Whats up man. Recently i have been attempting to do the same thing as you, and Ive finally found a program that works, it is Ardamax Keylogger v2.8, the best way to get it is via a torrent, which for this is located here (http://www.all-nettools.com/forum/newreply.php?do=newreply&noquote=*&p=2**6*). With this you can download the program using this file and a program called bittorrent. here (http://www.bittorrent.com/btusers/download/?).

Once you have the program (if you don't have a similar one already), you face another dilemma, in order to get your .exe keyloggger you have to email right? If you're using say Gmail or YAhoo, they have built in anti-virus programs which shall immediately detect your virus, nevermind them not letting you send .exe files anyways. So there is one simple solution to this, You need to archive your .exe virus with a program like winRAR (http://www.rarlab.com/download.htm) and password protect it. This lets you send the .rar file over Gmail etc without it being scanned for.exe extensions or viruses.The best way to do this is by sending someone a greeting card from an anonymous email address, attached to the email will be your .rar password protected file and the .exe file inside. Although it may sound stupid, but a lot of people fall for it if you tell them that attached to your email is a christmas greeting card (for example) and for quality purposes you needed to password protect it, then with the email give them the password. Obviously you know the rest, your program infects their PC and leaks there info to you. Hope this worked, any queries or anything, reach me at seanrexking@**********.


12-28-2008, 02:23 AM
ill take you up on that, send me messages for additional info ;)