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    Question Sending keyloggers via: binding it with another program.

    So I've been reading about how to send a keylogger to a persons computer, claiming to be some other program. And I have a few questions about the actual process which is involved...

    Also how exactly will the keylogger automatically install without the person knowing?
    and does anyone know of a simple, free, binder that I should use?
    Last edited by reapersovereign; 07-23-2008 at 12:47 AM.

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    exe file binders basically combine 2 or more files into one container file. When the container file is executed all files inside execute.
    Free ones are detected by malware/virus scanners. You can try iexpress.
    [url]http://www.irongeek.com/i.php?page=videos/binders-iexpress-trojans[/url]
    Or try [url]http://www.file-joiner.com/[/url]

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    Alright, thanks. Now do you or anyone know of a good free keylogger that can sent emails back to me?

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    You can google for "free keylogger" but all will be detected by anti-virus scanners. Or purchase a keylogger like spytector.com.
    Or learn a little programming to hex edit your keylogger to bypass security scanners.

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