Today we will take a look at one of the classic tools for gathering information, passwords, and data on the subject of your choosing: The KEYLOGGER!
Project Neptune is simply a top tier program in monitoring the Windows OS. It’s uses are simply undefined and endless – but we’ll try to give you some insight on it.
Project Neptune is for monitoring web history, application history, and even messenger and email history through the simple usage of monitoring a computer’s keyboard input.
With over fifty dynamic features, it is an extremely diverse application. You can also note, however, that the program is extremely simple and the steps to get started are very simple. However, some technical information you may like to know is that Neptune uses custom coded keyboard hooks, CodeDOM technology for unique generation on each computer you wish to use it on, and the ability to save and edit your settings at any time.
So, what is Project Neptune used for? Its usage spans across many different areas. The number one usage, however, is for monitoring the application of your computers and those who use them. You may wish to monitor your spouse. You may wish to monitor your children. Or, you may be a boss and you may wish to monitor your employees. Neptune handles all of these jobs wonderfully. Its usage, however, doesn’t stop there. Perhaps you’re a book or article author and you need quick backups of your written work. Neptune handles this as well.
– Download Information –
Download link: http://www.project-neptune.net/download/
What exactly makes this keylogger so special?
Simply put, it is one of the most stable, well put together, and all around well written loggers around. It pays attention to the minor details and offers plenty of features.
– Tutorial –
Step One – Downloading
First off, make sure you go to the link above to download it. You will need WinRar to extract it.
After you have downloaded Project Neptune, simply drag and drop the folder containing all the files to your desktop, like shown:
Step Two – Setting Up Log Storing
First off, you have to decide what you want to use to store logs. For email, I recommend using Gmail, and you can make an account for that here: https://www.google.com/accounts/NewAccount?service=mail
This tutorial will be using Email, specifically Gmail, but if you want to use FTP, using DriveHQ, it’s free and allows a lot of storage: http://www.drivehq.com/secure/FreeSignup.aspx
After you are done making your Gmail account, take a look at the picture below:
Step Three – Setting Up System Settings
There isn’t much to do on this tab, but I’ll give a small explanation on what it all does:
Number 1 – These options simply disable taskmanager’s ability to end your server’s process. If you activate any, choose the last one, it has the smallest suspicion level!
Number 2 – This is for blocking websites, but be weary, because it requires admin rights and will crash if it doesn’t have it. Right click on the box to add sites.
Number 3 – All of these options are self explanatory, but be warned: they require admin rights and will cause the server to crash if the client doesn’t have admin rights. Mouse over them for more information.
Step Four – Installation Settings
This tab is for setting up how your keylogger gets installed on your client. You need to melt your file so that it won’t get tampered with after it is ran. This is just a safety feature if you’ll be infecting intelligent people, but I always use it!
Step Five – Extra Options
These are all of those extra options that just make it more exciting. Use the Fake Error Message if you don’t want to bind it to something/crypt it.
Step Six – Server Generation
This is the last step!
Click on the “Server Generation” tab and go ahead and copy down the Uninstall password – you’ll need this if you ever test PN out on your computer. After that, go ahead and hit “Generate New Server” and you’re set to go!
Now that you are done, your server file should be generated if everything went ok.
Protip: Click on the next tab and hit “Save Settings” so that you don’t have to enter all of this every time you use it!