[Dshield] good keystroke logger

Sean Waddell swaddell at espgroup.net
Wed Jan 14 18:58:53 GMT 2004


I've used this a couple of times and it works great.  The only problem 
is there is a limit to how much it will hold.

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Sean Waddell
Operations Manager
The ESP Group LLC


Bo Mendenhall wrote:

> http://www.thinkgeek.com/gadgets/electronic/5a05/
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> Sounds like this could be of use if the computer is under a desk or not somewhere that the user can easily detect this - when was the last time you checked the back of your computer?
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> Bo
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>>>>jullrich at sans.org 01/14/04 10:26AM >>>
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> I usually don't post anonymous requests like this. But I know
> the poster and this is 'legit'.
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>   ju
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> I have a dilemma and I need some direction from the talented members of
> the DShield security organization.  We have a fairly senior manager that
> is being suspected of doing things not within the scope of the job, so
> to speak.  The bosses have asked me to install a keystroke logger onto
> this person's system, which I don't have an issue doing.  I don't know
> what to install on it that won't be detected easily by Anti virus.  This
> person is fairly savvy when it comes to their system so it has to be
> very stealthy.  I will also use ethereal to trap packets for further
> detail but this keystroke logger is a bit new to me.  Any suggestions?
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