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How do i save all the button pressed on the keyboard into a .txt file?

Guys , seriously, im not making a keylogger but because my brother is always logging onto my computer deleting my files and always deny doing that.. Therefore, i need to prove that he has logged onto my computer before..

Please , help me

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How do i save all the button pressed on the keyboard into a .txt file?

Guys , seriously, im not making a keylogger but because my brother is always logging onto my computer deleting my files and always deny doing that.. Therefore, i need to prove that he has logged onto my computer before..

Please , help me

That won't get you anywhere, there are plently of ways to see if a user has logged on.

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How do i save all the button pressed on the keyboard into a .txt file?

Guys , seriously, im not making a keylogger but because my brother is always logging onto my computer deleting my files and always deny doing that.. Therefore, i need to prove that he has logged onto my computer before..

Please , help me

Pick yourself a good password then make your folders private. That should stop him deleting your files.


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Do you expect me to password secure everyfile :P

Aiya, who can help me on the problem ?

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making them private does not mean you have to set password on every file.


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just help me on the question i've asked bahs..

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just help me on the question i've asked bahs..

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We do not help people make keyloggers here.



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I already told you guys im not making a keylogger in my first post already.... :P

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First of all, saving all keys to a text-file is a KEYLOGGER!!

Second, a keylogger is not the way to go to prove somebody has logged on before you

Third, you cant make a "good" keylogger with IsPressed so please stop embarassing yourself

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Then without using IsPressed , how can i still log keys onto a .txt file ? Please help me !

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Don't you understand?

still log keys onto a .txt file

This is a keylogger. There are PLENTY OF WAYS TO CHECK IF A USER HAS LOGGED ON.

Other than that download some lock folder program which can be found everywhere and lock it.

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Just make a better user account password.

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You could search Productive Lock here, and make it start up on every boot.

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Or, at bootup, let it write the time/date into a file.

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Windows xp ill bet your using.

change your admin pass word and make him a account.

the key loggers scripted in auto it are not reliable. i tested most of them and they all perform about the same. if you were to type just a little fast then some key strokes will be missed or key strokes are duplicated there for the log file is unreadable.

And recording his keystrokes will prove what?

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