If you want to learn to code at an advanced level in C++ or build your own fully functional advanced keylogger from scratch for learning ethical hacking, I think you might love this course! In this course you will see exactly how to create an advanced keylogger starting from nothing by literally following the steps I take as I make it!
This keylogger is capable of recording all the keyboard and mouse input! It can even record independent of the language settings because it logs the physical keys on the keyboard first. Next, by using an arbitrary keymap with human friendly names, it translates the machine keys to something that we can understand. It also possesses mail sending capabilities so you can just schedule the logfile to be sent via mail, lets say every 12 hours. In addition to this, it will also keep the logfile encrypted. Therefore, we will create another program which will be able to decrypt the logfile on your end.
For learning C++, this is an ideal course because it is completely hands on learning that provides a functional end product! Some future features that will be added to the keylogger course as I develop them will include but are not limited to taking screenshots, capturing clipboard content (copy-paste), recording website URLs, and so on! Take this course now to get immediate access to the videos and to get answers to every single question you ask in the course!
Thank you for taking this course! Here is what you get out of it!
Setting up the development environment.
Set Up part 1
Set Up part 2
How to hide the keylogger window and prevent it from popping
Hiding the Keylogger window
Mapping physical keys to human friendly names
KeyConstants part 1
KeyConstants part 2
Creating auxiliary general purpose functions
Helper Header part 1
Helper Header part 2
Helper Header part 3
Writing the code for custom Encryption
Encryption part 1
Encryption part 2
Encryption part 3
Handling Input Output I/O
IO Header part 1
IO Header part 2
Dealing with time intervals ( Timer header )
Timer Header Intro
Timer Header part 1
Timer Header part 2
Timer Header part 3
Implementing the Send Mail option
SendMail PowerShell Script part 1
SendMail PowerShell Script part 2
SendMail part 3
SendMail part 4
SendMail part 5
SendMail part 6
Setting up Hooks to capture pressed keys on the keyboard and mouse as well
KeyboardHook part 1
KeyboardHook part 2
KeyboardHook part 3
Let us see how it works!
Bonus lecture! What next after taking this C++ keylogger course?
Decrypt Part 1
Decrypt Part 2
Decrypt Part 3