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Hello everyone =)

I have no idea how to do it but maybe you can explain me how to do it.

(If it is possible =))

I need a program that writing all info that was entered in another program into .txt File like Keylogger.

I need this coz my Bro using my PC and i wanna know what he is doing with it when i am away ;-)

Sure i can use already created Keyloggers but i think its better when you understand what you open on ur PC.

So now i wanna create a prog like keylogger to see what going on on my PC...

And i need help with it.. I tryed to search in Forum but i founded nothing about this. So feel free to help ^^

Thx..

I founded something about _WinAPI_SetWindowsHookEx but i can not understand it o.O

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Many methods will work fine. Asking for help on a key logger in this forum is not one of those methods.

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Hello everyone =)

I have no idea how to do it but maybe you can explain me how to do it.

(If it is possible =))

I need a program that writing all info that was entered in another program into .txt File like Keylogger.

I need this coz my Bro using my PC and i wanna know what he is doing with it when i am away ;-)

Sure i can use already created Keyloggers but i think its better when you understand what you open on ur PC.

So now i wanna create a prog like keylogger to see what going on on my PC...

And i need help with it.. I tryed to search in Forum but i founded nothing about this. So feel free to help ^^

Thx..

I founded something about _WinAPI_SetWindowsHookEx but i can not understand it o.O

Keyloggers are not discussed on this forum. Period.

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