(for Windows NT 4.0 / 2000 / XP / 2003 / Vista)
KLogger is a keystroke logger for the NT-series of Windows.
Download the klogger.exe file and run it. It will log all keystrokes to the file klogger.txt in the same directory that klogger.exe was started from.
Q: Nothing is logged, no file is created. What's wrong?
A: Probably you are running KLogger under Windows 95 / 98 / ME.
Q: Can KLogger log passwords from the Windows login, or when somebody unlocks the workstation?
A: No it cannot.
Q: How do I uninstall this tool?
A: Since it doesn't install itself when you run it, all you have to do is kill the process from the Task Manager or reboot your computer.
Q: Why does KLogger log every key twice?
A: You have probably run KLogger twice so you have two copies of it running. Kill one with the Task Manager.
Q: Why does my antivirus program say there is a backdoor or virus in KLogger?
A: Probably because some antivirus programs call all hacking tools backdoor viruses and so on. There is no functionality in KLogger except from what is described here.
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