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Thread: [Completely New At This] So, How Can I Use a Keylogger?

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    [Completely New At This] So, How Can I Use a Keylogger?

    Basically, I've read up a lot on this, but it leaves me confused as ever.
    I'm wondering if it's possible to put a keylogger on someone else's computer and only get their login info to a certain game site, which was stolen from me.

    So, with that being said, is it legal? And I'd like to somehow disguise the keylogger say, in an image (screenie) or equivalent.
    I apoligize for being a complete nub at this, but I'd like to recover my stuff back.


    Help is appreciated, thanks.

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    Keyloggers record all keystrokes typed into the computer. Some will also get stored passwords from the internet explorer/firefox/chrome browsers.
    You can't hide a exe/keylogger in a file and have it work. You can however, use a file binder to bind 2 files together into one exe file. If a keylogger is binded with a pic file for instance, the pic will show and the keylogger will run when the file is executed. Look at file-joiner.com for a binder.

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    Great content and very helpful thank and keep up the good work.

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    Its not definitely not legal to put a keylogger on a computer that you don't own but have a look here:
    [URL="http://www.keyloggerdownloads.com/installing-a-keylogger-on-a-remote-computer.html"]http://www.keyloggerdownloads.com/installing-a-keylogger-on-a-remote-computer.html[/URL]

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    Keyloggers are well known in the Windows world. However, the keylogger industry is not limited to the Windows world. Many Macintosh experts say that there is no need to worry, but a quick Google search for "Mac Keylogger" should have you worried:
    Last edited by gordo; 07-22-2012 at 10:40 PM.

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    keylogger

    yes there are remotely deployable keyloggers like sniperspy:
    [url]http://www.monitoring-softwares.com/remote-monitoring-software.html[/url]
    it can be binded with email attachment or other files.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gordo View Post
    Keyloggers record all keystrokes typed into the computer. Some will also get stored passwords from the internet explorer/firefox/chrome browsers.
    You can't hide a exe/keylogger in a file and have it work. You can however, use a file binder to bind 2 files together into one exe file. If a keylogger is binded with a pic file for instance, the pic will show and the keylogger will run when the file is executed. Look at file-joiner.com for a binder.
    You are so professional in keylogger work! [url]http://www.how-to-spy.com/[/url]
    Last edited by herly; 07-26-2012 at 05:21 AM.

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    I don't have any idea about keyloggers too until I read this thread. Very helpful. Thanks!

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