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I need a program that stays resident in memory and captures
all the keys pressed and saves them into a file. The program must be invisible to the user, I mean, it shouldn't appear in the task bar.

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There are a million programs out there that do just this very thing.  I would suggest you check www.shareware.com for a program called KEYLOG or if you want check www.hackers.com and browse their keylogging archives.


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any freeware one ?
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I needed a freeware one.
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