Simple Keylogger

Posted on April 23, 2009. Filed under: Programming | Tags: , |

I was searching the net for free keyloggers. Then it struck me, why don’t i make one for myself? The real hardcore coders out there use complex stuff like window hooks, interrupts, WM messages, etc.

What I’ve made is a simple keylogger. And, as the name suggests, logs keystrokes. How it records key strokes? Simple. Using the VC++ GetAsyncKeyState() function. Most antivirus and malware detection softwares detect programs that uses hooks, interrupts and stuff. While, they don’t seem to detect the quick and dirty GetAsyncKeyState(). Isn’t it cool?

No, this software was not developed with bad intentions in mind. No one should use such things for personal gains, and password thefts. I developed the program just to be familiar with the area of stealth coding, and to monitor things that happen on my own computer. Security reasons. 


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Thanks for sharing this article. For best Keylogger software, use Keyprowler.No one but you can ever see the data that KeyProwler keylogger saves. Ever wondered who your girlfriend or boyfriend is chatting with on Myspace, Facebook, and other dating sites late at night, KeyProwler Keylogger lets you read messages sent on Myspace, Facebook, and any other Internet site and also takes a screenshot of the pages and photos that he or she is looking at. Look at his or her e-mails with KeyProwler Keylogger, check up on or monitor employees. This keylogger can get screenshots on entry of trigger words.

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