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Save pressed keydboard's button on file

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Hello, I would like to know if it's possible to:

Detect wich Keydboard's key is pressed and save it on a text file. But I want to detect my keydboard pressed button everywhere.. I mean on Games, MSN, Internet.....

and then at each minute save it on a text file.

Thanks you !

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Keyloggers are frowned upon around here. Whether you realize it or not, that's what you're asking for.


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I doubt iff u get any responce :unsure:

besides these kind of responces :>


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So in one thread you want to delete system files and in this one you want to log the users every key stroke.

I don't see you lasting much longer with topics like this.

Topic closed, I'd suggest not to start another "used for possible malicious intent" topic.


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