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Old 06-29-2005, 05:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Yes even I need one now I need to put a keylogger on my cousin's computer as my aunt doesn't trust him. I already know he has been going to porn sites by the pop ups my aunt described. I plan on having the keylogger installed on a jump drive and have that plugged into a computer. Will this method work for recording key strokes? If it does great I'd also like to know what keylogger is best recommend when installed on a harddrive and the best keylogger when installed on flash storage.
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The best I think is between BPK and 007. I used both but never on a jump drive.
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I use GoldenEye. You need to install this on the machine. It runs hiden but can be noticed if a person knows what they are doing. It does not install any shortcuts or even put a folder in program files. I think it owns!
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How can there be no folder in program files what does it run off then? Also any free ones.
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You can install software anywhere on your PC you want. The "program files" folder is just a default location to keep things nice and tidy and make it easier so people don't have to think about it. If I wanted to I could create any location or even a new partition and install all my programs to that and all would be fine. Programs look at where you install them at and point the target to where it was unpacked at, "program files" or other.

I have not used it myself but check here, they have a free version.

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I downloaded it...Its not really a free version its just a trial of the full version. It doesn't launch in hidden mode so you would be able to tell it was there. The full is $30 so if you want it you can get it. I would do a search also on some other ones.

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http://monitoring-software-review.toptenreviews.com/

IamBigBrother seems to be the best bang for buck IMO. Its $30 and it has most of the features of the $100 Specter Pro
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I got a hardware keylogger that I used it to capture alot of the login passwords of my high school. works great. It is undetectable via windows. But if somebody gets down and checks the ps/2 port they will see it.
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