Video Setup: Free Keylogger "Project Neptune"

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bjbj What's going on you guys, its Deities here with another tutorial. This time I'm
showing the free Key logger called Project Neptune. I ll be going through the basics
of the installation as well as what you guys will need to get started. Here we have the
main window of Project Neptune opened and you can see everything is nice and clean.
A key logger is basically a program that allows you to record the key strokes of a computer.
It stores the information in a log which can be viewed on that computer or sent to a storage
and be seen and read from another location. Just a reminder, this video is made solely
for educational purposes. With that said, let s get started. s open up Google to get
some of the things we will need. Project Neptune allows a email or FTP connection but for this
tutorial I will be using Gmail. You can go ahead and log in or if you yet to have an
account you can create one by clicking Create Account on the top right hand side of the
site. This account will be used to send the logs that are recorded with the key logger
so I recommend not using a personal account for this. Rather fill in the information requested
and get yourself a second backhand account to use. Once you have a Gmail account created
and ready for use, lets head back to Google and pick up the actual key logger. You can
find the site by typing in Project Neptune in Google or heading to project dash Neptune
dot net ( Note that all links are provided in the description of this
video. Once on the site you can see recent news updates about the project from the developers
themselves. You can then head over to the downloads page of the project Neptune site
to find the latest version of the key logger. Go ahead and download Project Neptune to have
it ready on your computer. After you have downloaded all the files you need you can
now open up the key logger and be ready to build your server. Here we have the main screen
of Project Neptune and the first thing you see are all these options. By default they
should all be properly checked but if not then reading the descriptions of the options
will give you a clear understanding of what they do. Heading down to the Email settings,
and leaving the host and port with their default values, you will first need to change the
email that the logs are being sent from to the Gmail account you have created earlier.
The password of course being for the above account. You can then input an email which
the logs will be sent to for storage and test that these settings work by clicking the test
button. If you receive an email in your storage account after clicking the test button, then
you can be sure that these settings are working and fine. Heading to the next option tab of
Project Neptune you can find options for task manager blocking as well as website blocking.
All settings are clearly labeled for what they are meant to do and the default values
are already set up for proper use. Heading to the installation tab you will find options
for the start up setting of the key logger. This is the option that allows you to track
key strokes continuously or a single time use. You also have options for the installation
location, the management of the original file, and if the server will drop a download of
the target computer after the key logger is ran. The extra options tab allows you to produce
a fake message when the server is run. You may input any error you wish and may test
what it would look like by clicking the test button. You also see the option of taking
screenshots at the same duration of your logs being sent to you. This option can be turned
on and off to your preference. Let s head over to the Server creation tab to finalize
your profile for this key logger. With this tab opened you will see you have the ability
to edit the description of the created server. You can input a description, a name, and a
copyright to the created server. If you play to use the File pumping option I recommend
increasing the value from 1000 to 2000. You then move along to the server generation and
can set a server process name as well as a cure password. Simple enough that the generate
a new server button will provide you with a server with all the above settings that
you have been going through. The cure section is a way to remove that said key logger if
the password assigned to the server matches the cure file. Finally, the file binder option
allows you to join together your server with another file so that once that said file is
opened, so will your server. You can add in your created server by right clicking and
selecting add file. Do the same for a file that you wish to bind your server to and then
go ahead and bind them together. There we have finally reached the end of this run through
of the free key logger, Project Neptune. Thanks for watching and be ready for more videos
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