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    keyloggers problem

    hey all wassup, this is my first post here so please forgive me if it's the wrong place or whatsoever.
    anyway my problem with keyloggers is that i'm trying to set them up in a net cafe machines i've disabled deep freeze and av but when i install a keylogger(tried many) they only record non-characters like (tab) (backspace) so theyre kinda useless,
    so my dear members and hackers anybody here knows a solution???
    (sorry for my bad english)

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    It must be some other security software if it happens with several different keyloggers.

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    I don't think so i've had a look at all programs and uninstalled anything which might have been preventing it and still the same issue ,
    and also I believe that if it was a security program it would have prevented the keylogger from installing, but my problem is that it's installed but only records non-characters keystrokes.
    i've also done lots of googling before trying to post here but couldn't find anyone with the same problem as me , so please if anyone knows something tell me.
    and also , is there anyway to see all installed security programs? because as i said before i've disabled the ones in the ( add or remove programs)
    Last edited by a.a.a; 12-06-2009 at 03:21 PM.

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    I had similar problem on a relatives computer, but I was getting blank logs. It turned out it was windows defender. and the keylogger wast one of the best, eblaster. The problem you have is what happens to older keyloggers, like ardamax2.8 when they trouble with new systems. The fact that it happens with different keyloggers says to me, security software. That is the best I can come up with, good luck.

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    There is no such thing as a good key logger. The very definition of a key logger is built on malicious purposes. Even if the OP has fooled himself into believing that his actions are just, they never are
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    They make them very well hidden and hard to uninstall )~8
    I have to hit Ctrl k to get mine to come up and it sounds like you installed it without reading the instructions on how to launch it,go to keyloggers site for info.
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    I recommend trying Gecko Monitor, I've never had any problems with it and they offer a free trial:

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    Letters. clineed

    Try to check your administrator settings during the software installation. Maybe that could be another issue but just try it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by a.a.a View Post
    I don't think so i've had a look at all programs and uninstalled anything which might have been preventing it and still the same issue ,
    and also I believe that if it was a security program it would have prevented the keylogger from installing, but my problem is that it's installed but only records non-characters keystrokes.
    i've also done lots of googling before trying to post here but couldn't find anyone with the same problem as me , so please if anyone knows something tell me.
    and also , is there anyway to see all installed security programs? because as i said before i've disabled the ones in the ( add or remove programs)
    Yes, I think it is the AVG that stops you from keylogging or you need to check out the settings.
    [url]http://www.spy-tech-monitoring.com/[/url]
    Last edited by herly; 08-10-2012 at 12:50 AM.

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    keylogger

    It should be the problem of the keyloger you used, try some trusted stealth ones like acespy or sniperspy instead: [url]http://www.monitoring-softwares.com/[/url]

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    to see all installed security programs

    Quote Originally Posted by a.a.a View Post
    I don't think so i've had a look at all programs and uninstalled anything which might have been preventing it and still the same issue ,
    and also I believe that if it was a security program it would have prevented the keylogger from installing, but my problem is that it's installed but only records non-characters keystrokes.
    i've also done lots of googling before trying to post here but couldn't find anyone with the same problem as me , so please if anyone knows something tell me.
    and also , is there anyway to see all installed security programs? because as i said before i've disabled the ones in the ( add or remove programs)
    start->control panel->programs, to see all installed security programs.
    check the instruction of your keylogger, maybe they don't have the function you need. Not all keyloggers can get full key***rd logged...try some other keylogger.

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