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Keylogger

Hi,
I need a keylogger program for my local network, because I want to know some information about my user.
I found SC-Keylogger but we have an anti virus (Kaspersky) that fount this keylogger and remove it. Is there any other keylogger for me ?
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mam_gilbert
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mikeleebrlaCommented:
why not just set your antiviurs program to allow this?  I'm not familar with with the antivirus you are using, but any good one allows you to exclude programs/directories from scanning.
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legalsrlCommented:
Firstly, I'd like to raise a point that we have here in the UK.....

If you want to monitor the users keystrokes, then you have to inform them that they are being watched.

This is normally done within an Computer & Internet Use policy.....

If you're in the UK, and don't have a policy, then if the user finds out that they are being monitored, then we have seen legal cases recently where the employees have sued their bosses and won as it's invaded their civil liberties

What exactly are you trying to catch the user doing ?

Thanks
Si
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mam_gilbertAuthor Commented:
There is some problem in our network and some one try to hack our system, I want to know which one try to hack our system, We think there is a group in our company and try to sell our information.
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legalsrlCommented:
Are they trying to download data onto USB devices ?

If so, something like DeviceWall from Centennial (http://www.centennial-software.com) stops that.

Or are they trying to email it out ?

If they are trying to email it, just make a copy of all of their  incoming and outgoing email go to your address ?

or, stop their access to the USB ports (unless they are using a USB Keyboard & mouse) using Group Policy.

Alternatively, if you want to see what they are doing, then SchoolTec from Richmond Systems would be a good tryout.

It's got a good demo version

http://www.richmondsys.com/web/CrossTec/SchoolVue/home.htm

Thanks
Si
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mam_gilbertAuthor Commented:
Thank you for you good answer, There is some problem, We want to find them, we don't know who try to hack us and use our dara !
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legalsrlCommented:
Hi,

do you think it is an outside user ? or an inside user ?

Thanks
Simon
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mam_gilbertAuthor Commented:
inside user, Can you help us ?
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mikeleebrlaCommented:
again,,, why not just configure your antivirus so that it doesn't conflict with SC-Keylogger ?????
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mam_gilbertAuthor Commented:
I configured it but it does not work !!!
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legalsrlCommented:
Hiya,

I'm back now.....what antivirus are you using ?  We might be able to configure to help us, but we can certainly configure it to exclude the keylogger

Let me get this straight....you think an inside person is trying to steal your data, but you don't know who.

Who many users do you have ?

Thanks
Si
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mam_gilbertAuthor Commented:
I used Kaspersky, we have 28 user in my company...!
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legalsrlCommented:
Do you suspect any particular user ?

Thanks
Simon
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mam_gilbertAuthor Commented:
Yes, I suspect to 8 user...
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legalsrlCommented:
Do they use Terminal Services ?  If so, do this....

In Active Directory Users and Computers, right click the user in question, click Remote Control and untick the Require Users Permission and change it to View the Users Session.

That way they won't get suspicious if you move the mouse or something like that.

If they don't then I would still point you back to SchoolTec from Richmond Systems would be a good tryout.

It's got a good demo version

http://www.richmondsys.com/web/CrossTec/SchoolVue/home.htm

It allows you to monitor the desktops of all of those 8 users that you suspect.

Thanks
Si
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sabioitCommented:
Do not use a keylogger use this software
easy to setup install and configured make sure you hide the icon from the task bar so users don't notice
it will give detailed information of how is doing what and when

 http://www.neuber.com/timeanalyzer/download.html
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Computer101Commented:
Forced accept.

Computer101
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jimmmgCommented:
the most powerful keylogger program is employee activity monitor, for business use.
Works in stealth mode,  record mail, keystroke,  website, IM software chats, programs used, all running processes...  you can even monitor screenshot of  any computer in your local network.
you can visit http://www.monitoringsoftwares.com and have a free trial.
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