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I'm planning to write/code one such stealth keylogger that would bypass detection by a certain antivirus. (I don't want to name the vendor as I know how good Google queries are against StackExchange websites).

I don't want to just download any keylogger from internet and try to encode it to evade detection. Writing code myself I would have the ability to make changes as I go; obscuration on both high-level and low-level language. I like control too.

It seems naive but is it true that keyloggers are a thing of the past, probably because of how effective AV's have become in detecting such programs?

I want some nice points on how can one easily write a robust, effective key logger preferably for a Windows environment?

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    Presumably you'll be writing the keylogger in Visual Basic, right? – tylerl Oct 12 '12 at 21:33
  • This is really a programming question, not a security one. Closed. – Rory Alsop Oct 12 '12 at 22:12
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Consider using an open source keylogger such as pykeylogger. It is written in python and should be fairly easy to understand. The zipped download is only about 154 KB.

Sorry, I have no idea how to evade detection.

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