How to Monitor Keyboard Keystrokes Using ‘LogKeys’ in Linux

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25 Responses

  1. hush says:

    all is good but in the log file i see gibrish. i dont know but it looks like yours. any idea how to fix it?

  2. Anthony says:

    I’m not getting anything when entering sudo locale-gen. It just says Generating locales (this may take a while) then Generation complete.
    I’m running Kali 2 Distro

    • Ravi Saive says:

      That means the command executed successfully, then you can use following command start logging keys:

      # logkeys ­s

      You can Kill logkeys process by typing:

      # logkeys ­k
  3. amit says:

    how to remove keylogger in cent os

    • Ravi Saive says:

      If you’ve installed from source, just find and remove all files related to keylogger to complete remove it from system.

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