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    Best Keyloggers

    Hey, I started this thread just to give you some links:

    [URL=\"http://www.spytector.com\"]Spytector Keylogger[/URL] - the full (payed) version is undetectable by AV

    [URL=\"http://www.key-stroke.com\"]Keystroke Logger[/URL] - many professional keyloggers

    [URL=\"http://www.spectorsoft.com\"]Spector & EBlaster[/URL] - here you can find Spector Pro, Spector CNE and EBlaster

    [URL=\"http://www.invisiblekeylogger.com\"]Invisible Keylogger[/URL] - nice keylogger but detected by all antiviruses

    Cheers,
    kirk
    Last edited by kirk; 01-17-2008 at 03:12 PM.

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    Nice are all this dected by a Virus scanner?Or are they In****ble?

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    keyloggers

    Quote Originally Posted by Bighomedog**
    Nice are all this dected by a Virus scanner?Or are they In****ble?
    If they are paid for, they will be detected. If they are private, they will not be, antivirus writers can only work with publicly available malware.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike*0*
    If they are paid for, they will be detected.
    Most of the shareware keyloggers are detected, but not Spytector. Here is a quote from [url]http://www.spytector.com/[/url] :
    Spytector is a commercial legitimate keylogger and our ********s must be able to use Spytector on their computers in the same time with other security applications, so the version they receive (the full version) will be undetected for all the well known antivirus products.
    The full version is different from the trial version, it's not public.

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    oh ok i am looken for some like i can send to people that are undecteable because i am get like the cd code if it needs one if its like a * day trail or somethin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bighomedog**
    oh ok i am looken for some like i can send to people that are undecteable because i am get like the cd code if it needs one if its like a * day trail or somethin
    If they were that easily available, they would be detected, think about it. I only use my own keyloggers, you should either pay for one, use a free one of make your own.

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    Spytector - Mike

    Hi
    I have the spytector keylogger. I would like to control a pc in another country. I have sent the keylogger by email as an attachment. I know that it has been opened but it is not working! It is not sending me any logs. What I am doing wrong? The spytector works perfectly in mine!
    Thanks in advance
    How can I send it as a link that with only one click it is in??

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    what exactly does a keylogger let you see or do? any screencaps that i could see of a sample log. they dont display a live desktop or anything right?

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    You can see a sample log of Spytector here: [URL="http://www.spytector.com/screenshots.html"]Keylogger Log Sample[/URL] (the bottom right image).

    Spytector doesn't have a live desktop function, for something like that you might need [URL="http://www.key-stroke.com"]Spy Anywhere[/URL]. Spy Anywhere is a good remote administration software.

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    Even if a remote administration tool advertises a 'Live Desktop Stream' feature, this is rarely what you'll actually get:

    Note: If you don't understand the difference between bits/bytes, megabit/megabyte, skip to the end.

    To stream a live desktop back to you, the target computer has to stream over * million pixels in 'real time' (at least every second).

    We'll say that each pixel is the size of one byte.

    * byte X * 000 000 = * million bytes.

    * million bytes = *76.5625 kilobytes.

    The victim has to have almost * megabyte/s upstream bandwidth, which equals 8 megabit upstream.

    Most home connections are asynchronous (ADSL), so if you have 8 megabit upstream, you probably have to have a *6mbit/s connection.

    In conclusion, the target computer has to be on a *6mbit/s connection to stream their desktop back to you in 'real time' unless:
    • They use a low resolution (< 800x600).

    • You receive updates at larget intervals.

    • You receive updates at a very small resolution.

    • The RAT highly compresses the stream.

    The only places that have connections as big as *6mbit/s are college/school networks, large office networks, and a low percentage of home users. Most home users are between dial-up and 4mbit/s.


    And another thing - you may have used something like windows remote desktop and been able to control the target computer at a high resolution and framerate. This is possible because remote desktop doesn't directly stream video of the desktop; it streams data about what is happening and your computer reconstructs it into an image (for example: computer B tells computer A that window A has moved 50 pixels to the right; computer A redraws the window). I don't know of any RATs which are capable of this, because it is a lot more complicated.
    Last edited by Ezekiel; 10-02-2006 at 11:22 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike*0*
    To stream a live desktop back to you, the target computer has to stream over * million pixels in 'real time' (at least every second).
    Not quite Here is a quote from [URL="http://www.radmin.com"]Radmin[/URL]:
    Radmin is the fastest remote control software available. It is optimized for low-bandwidth connections such as modems. Connecting via modem, screen re*****ment rate reaches 5-*0 updates per second. If connected to a LAN you can work on remote computer with real-time speed, reaching over *00 screen updates per second.
    Radmin doesn't send the whole desktop, only portions that have been changed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kirk
    Hey, I started this thread just to give you some links:

    [URL="http://www.spytector.com"]Spytector Keylogger[/URL] - the full (payed) version is undetectable by AV

    [URL="http://www.key-stroke.com"]Keystroke Software[/URL] - many professional keyloggers

    [URL="http://www.spectorsoft.com"]Spector & EBlaster[/URL] - here you can find Spector Pro, Spector CNE and EBlaster

    [URL="http://www.invisiblekeylogger.com"]Invisible Kelogger[/URL] - nice keylogger but detected by all antiviruses

    Cheers,
    kirk
    the first 2 have trojan horses, and i didnt risk trying the next 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannyyy
    the first 2 have trojan horses, and i didnt risk trying the next 2
    Actually they show many products and they dont contain trojans.
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    avast went crazy wheni tried them

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannyyy
    avast went crazy wheni tried them
    Yes, because they are keyloggers and they can be misused If you download a keylogger from an official/legitimate website (like [URL="http://www.spytector.com"]Spytector Keylogger[/URL]) you can be sure you won't be infected/backdoored even if your antivirus detects it. You have to know that any keylogger that is publicly available will be detected by antiviruses. If you need a keylogger that is undetected you have to buy Spytector (the full version is undetected by major antiviruses).

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