Looking to temporarily use a *safe* keylogger

Discussion in 'privacy general' started by adamdullenty, May 16, 2007.

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  1. adamdullenty

    adamdullenty Registered Member

    May 16, 2007
    Hey - this seems like a bit of a bizarre question to be asking on a security forum. However, a friend of mine runs a public computer and there's some dodgy stuff going on - by far the easiest way of figuring out who is responsible is to temporarily use a keylogger. I was originally going to ask how to exclude programs from the automatic scanner on NOD32, as it always picked up the loggers as viruses. However, I've figured that part out now.

    Now, I've got a different question. A couple of the ones I downloaded came up as "something/TrojanInstaller/blah" [something along those lines], which worried me.

    I realise that all keyloggers are going to come up in NOD32 as an unwanted program. The thing I'm asking is for a name of a safe keylogger which does just that, logs keys, and will not install some random unwanted trojan type rubbish on their computer. Anybody?

    Thanks in advance,
  2. mor123

    mor123 Registered Member

    Jul 3, 2006
    Look for All In One Keylogger here:

    It is a commercial keylogger.
    I use it to monitore my employees.
  3. TylerV

    TylerV Registered Member

    Apr 13, 2007
    Well, visit this site .keylogger.org All the keyloggers there are commercial, but they are the best
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