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hannahfoxwtf

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Please help, technical keylogger issues!
« on: 28. June 2010., 17:19:24 »
So i installed a remote keylogger on a target computer, but it arbitrarily stopped recording data. It has nothing to do with my particular subscription, as I already contacted the help chatline to which my product belongs... However, I'd been asked if the user of the target computer recently started using a beta of the browser that was normally used. The helpline preceeded to tell me that this would affect data recording due to the fact that keylogger software is not smart to beta surfing since betas are incomplete versions, particularly the new firefox beta which i suspect the target computer VERY WELL MAY HAVE installed.

Now, my question is.. Is it known that the new firefox beta successfully can surpass a keylogger?  ??? I mean like, this keylogger is essentially undetectable.. not under control panel, it won't show up on virus scans etc..

please help me out!

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Please help, technical keylogger issues!
« on: 28. June 2010., 17:19:24 »




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Re: Please help, technical keylogger issues!
« Reply #1 on: 28. June 2010., 17:47:20 »
Hi hannahfoxwtf,

did I understand you correctly, you're the one who's install keyloger on somebody's computer?? Please explain.

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Re: Please help, technical keylogger issues!
« Reply #2 on: 23. September 2010., 17:33:28 »
first of all keylogs r nothing and nowhere related with beta versions of browsers from the browser side yes it can be from the software side depends how accurately dey have written the code

secondly are we allowed to ask dz kinda questions related to hacking & cracking here??????

i only answered the tech side though

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Re: Please help, technical keylogger issues!
« Reply #3 on: 23. September 2010., 18:00:13 »
secondly are we allowed to ask dz kinda questions related to hacking & cracking here??????

Good question  :thumbsup: , We only speak about hacking & cracking to educate Visitors and help them to remove bad software and protect PC's from Hackers and Malware... Because of that I was ask for explanation from "hannahfoxwtf".

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i only answered the tech side though

It's Ok pal. ;)



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Re: Please help, technical keylogger issues!
« Reply #4 on: 24. September 2010., 14:28:54 »
ya i got it he installed a keylogger on a target computer

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Re: Please help, technical keylogger issues!
« Reply #5 on: 05. January 2011., 10:04:25 »
Great smaker !!
its a good answer!!

 

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