KEYLOGGERS - Hack-X-Crypt A Straight Forward Guide Towards Ethical Hacking And Cyber Security (2015)

Hack-X-Crypt A Straight Forward Guide Towards Ethical Hacking And Cyber Security (2015)



One of the best techniques for capturing passwords is remote keystroke logging — the use of software or hardware to record keystrokes as they’re typed into the computer.

Generally you use to ask your friends or relatives for logging in into your account by their computers.

So, be careful with key loggers installed in their computers. Even with goodintentions, monitoringemployees raises various legal issues if it’s not done correctly. Discuss with yourlegal counsel what you’ll be doing, ask for their guidance, and get approval from upper management.

Logging tools: - With keystroke-logging tools, you can assess the log files of your application to see what passwords people are using:
Keystroke-logging applications can be installed on the monitored computer.
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Another popular tool is Invisible Key Logger Stealth; Dozens of other such tools are available on the Internet.

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Hardware-based tools, such as Key Ghost (, fit between the keyboard and the computer or replace the keyboard altogether.
A keystroke-logging tool installed on a shared computer can capture the passwords of every user who logs in.


The best defense against the installation of keystroke-logging software on your systems is to use an anti-malware program that monitors the local host. It’s not foolproof but can help. As for physical key loggers, you’ll need to visually inspect each system.

The potential for hackers to install keystroke-logging software is another reason to ensure that your users aren’t downloading and installing random shareware or opening attachments in unsolicited emails. Consider locking down your desktops by setting the appropriate user rights through local or group security policy in Windows.