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Grab the keystrokes a user makes. Is there any code for that ...Sorta like a keylogger.

And how to make your script run on Startup?

I heard someting about a _IsPressed but couldn't find it in the help....

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You really want to know....Ok I am trying to grab my family's pass at the Windows Login Screen because I am the only one that doesn't know the pasword...It's unfair and I plan to change that.

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You really want to know....Ok I am trying to grab my family's pass at the Windows Login Screen because I am the only one that doesn't know the pasword...It's unfair and I plan to change that.

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In order to do that you would need to run the script as a service.I used to rember a way to run a script as a service but i can't remeber now

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Not to mention that you would already have to have to have admin access to the computer to install the service. :lmao:


Who else would I be?

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There are some shareware programs that will log it all to a .txt file. "IF" you can gain access to the computer while it is logged in as Admin to install it. Just search the web. I found a bunch of them for my boss awhile back when he was wanting to know what his son was doing on the puter (in forums)when he wasn't around.

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My parents log me on...It's the only account on the comp so yes it is admin..l

I installed it as a service and it worked.

The pass is .............................

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