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Free keylogger with no installation?


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I`ve been searching for around 15 minutes now and i canīt find a keylogger with no instalation required. Well i have found one called backtrack but that requires permission from an admin account to start keylogging.

I think i used a keylogger with no instalation last year, but i didnīt keep it

Can anyone help me out?
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"As far as I know, there is no way that a non-admin user logged into a server (e.g. via 'ssh') can install something that would eavesdrop on other logged in users."

I read that on the net somewhere about keyloggers on OS X. And I think it's for a really good reason too. It's a secruity issue. People not using keyloggers to snoop would not worry about having to install it. But those who are snooping would be worried about this.

So to answer your question I think what you want does not exist. But if anyone wants to prove me wrong feel free to .
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If you wanted to install this on your machine, then you should have admin privs to do it. If you are trying to do this on someone else's machine..then that's a big no-no and we can't (won't actually) help you..

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If you wanted to install this on your machine, then you should have admin privs to do it. If you are trying to do this on someone else's machine..then that's a big no-no and we can't (won't actually) help you..

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Yep, think that said it best.

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