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Keylogger Tutorial

Keylogger  is a software program or hardware device that is used to monitor and log each of the keys a user types into a computer keyboard. The user who installed the program or hardware device can then view all keys typed in by that user. Because these programs and hardware devices monitor the keys typed in a user can easily find user passwords and other information a user may not wish others to know about. Keyloggers, as a surveillance tool, are often used by employers to ensure employees use work computers for business purposes only. Unfortunately, keyloggers can also be embedded in spyware allowing your information to be transmitted to an unknown third party. About keyloggers A keylogger is a program that runs in the background, recording all the keystrokes. Once keystrokes are logged, they are hidden in the machine for later retrieval, or shipped raw to the attacker. The attacker then peruses them carefully in the hopes of either finding passwords, or possibly other useful
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Hacking Tutorials Log In Windows Without Password With Kon Boot

I think this hacking tutorial, Log in Windows Without Password with Kon Boot, will be easy to follow using the step-by-step instructions. The purpose of this tutorial is to demonstrate the importance of physical security and explain how to prevent this kind of attack. For most people, it wouldn’t be a big deal because we carry our computer wherever we go, but it could become a big problem for firms who have lots of important data on employee computers. Requirements: 1.  Kon Boot 2. USB stick (the Kon Boot file size is about 5-6 MB, so you can calculate the necessary USB size.) Step by Step Hacking Tutorials Log in Windows Without Password with Kon Boot: 1. First, we will make Kon Boot bootable from the USB drive by using the default Kon-boot installer that is provided when we buy this program. 2. Now that the Kon-boot USB is ready, we need to configure the BIOS settings and change the boot order so we can boot from the USB. 3. After the Kon-boot initialization screen it