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Is it possible to develope a program that like key logger?

That is we can monitor the activity of the desktop user (i.e. log the website they visited / file open etc.)??  and the program can auto hide itself

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Yes but you have to trap each message from the keyboard and put it somewhere like a text file. If your slick enough you can create one that loads up as a service when the PC boots up and restricts that process from being killed even if they do find it.
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