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Are there any 'Clickloggers' available?

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techtonic

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Post Tue Oct 13, 2009 11:56 pm

Are there any 'Clickloggers' available?

Hello

I've been fascinated by your forum ever since i've been browsing it as a guest. Curiosity got the better of me, so why not become a member?

I've been really fascinated by keyloggers. However, what if the person uses a virtual keyboard? Is there any way to capture mouse clicks? I've been using Captivate till now, but i believe if there is something like a 'clicklogger', i could use a combination of these tools instead.

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Post Wed Oct 14, 2009 12:53 am

Re: Are there any 'Clickloggers' available?

Welcome to EH-Net, techtonic.

Hardware-based keyloggers are not able to log inputs done through a virtual keyboard (mouse). However, software-based keyloggers are, at least the better ones.
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Post Wed Oct 14, 2009 1:10 am

Re: Are there any 'Clickloggers' available?

Hello and welcome to EH-Net!

There are some keyloggers which have mouse click tracking system; you could just google and choose whichever fits your need (and bill!). However, I found one here.

Also, I assume you need it for ethical reasons.
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techtonic

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Post Wed Oct 14, 2009 1:46 am

Re: Are there any 'Clickloggers' available?

Thanks for the replies, and YES i intend to use it for ethical reasons only  ;D. Being in the elearning industry, i create a lot of online activities. Remembering the actions that are done to perform activities is a PITA, so i use Captivate to capture my actions. Just tried coming up with another constructive use for keyloggers.

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Post Wed Oct 14, 2009 1:54 am

Re: Are there any 'Clickloggers' available?

I have seen a trojan which takes screenshots and uploads them whenever someone clicks.

Very bandwidth intensive and very very noticeable...

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