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MrsKitty
12-12-2005, 14:23
A friend needs to access her minor daughter's yahoo email. Any suggestions? All I am thinking is a keystroke logger? Any remommendations on those?

Washington,D.C.
12-12-2005, 15:15
http://www.majorgeeks.com/KGB_Key_Logger_d4590.html





http://www.majorgeeks.com/SC-KeyLog_d4136.html

Washington,D.C.
12-12-2005, 16:02
Don't try to crack a Yahoo password.After three failed atempts it requires a request for to have the password emailed to a previous contact email address.

Furant
12-12-2005, 16:29
A keylogger is probably the best bet, but if the girl is foolish enough to have IE remember the password, you could try this (http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/pspv.html).

MrsKitty
12-12-2005, 16:45
Originally posted by jferrante
A keylogger is probably the best bet, but if the girl is foolish enough to have IE remember the password, you could try this (http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/pspv.html).

Nope, she isn't ;g

David_G17
12-12-2005, 16:50
http://www.keyghost.com/

or better yet, a new keyboard for Christmas (see bottom):
http://www.keyghost.com/installation.htm

(it has a built in hardware keylogger)

MrsKitty
12-12-2005, 17:11
Thanks guys!

I have downloaded a demo for one and I have gotten it to capture passwords for me. Now to install it on her computer :)

Cross your fingers for us :)

Sm0key369
12-12-2005, 17:25
Invasion of privacy. WTF?

FThorn
12-12-2005, 17:38
smokey - parent of a teen or not?

David_G17
12-12-2005, 18:25
Originally posted by Sm0key369
Invasion of privacy. WTF?


;z

MrsKitty
12-12-2005, 19:21
Originally posted by Sm0key369
Invasion of privacy. WTF?

Privacy?

I think privacy is a mute point when the teen's behavior could get her killed ;)

Sm0key369
12-12-2005, 19:28
Not a parent, but I was only foolin around. I have a baby on the way and I am sure I'll be doing the same as you are.

MrsKitty
12-12-2005, 20:14
Originally posted by Sm0key369
Not a parent, but I was only foolin around. I have a baby on the way and I am sure I'll be doing the same as you are.

Nah, by then, you can track her every thought thru the implant ;b

DragonRider
12-15-2005, 15:21
could always run Ethereal and capture the data packets for her computer and strip the password that way. No need to install anything. I've done it to my kids.

www.ethereal.com

Me Network, my rules. I've told them that. I don't want a summons to court for my kids downloading pirated stuff, etc.

John