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Key logging over domain


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I'm administrator at one of the city "towers".

I shared C drives of few computers and I did it so I could pull Browser data so I can control what are staff doing when they should do their jobs. Do they actually work or do they gossip about each other?

Now I need to somehow implement keylogger into their computers. I need their passwords and other stuff.

Is there a way to do that remotely (over domain, LAN), or do I really need a keylog software at all or some direct monitoring could be done there.

I also need to stay stealth, there are other admins within my department.

Any ideas... ?

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why the heck are you sharing the "C" drive? I take it that that's the main partition.. Dude your crazy. Thats like saying, " Here, explore my share" to the world around you...

do Group Policy control and play around with some firewall settings, set limits and give them non Admin accounts on there computers..

There are like a million ways to implement this.. But for fun, try the implementation from Mubix...

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why the heck are you sharing the "C" drive? I take it that that's the main partition.. Dude your crazy. Thats like saying, " Here, explore my share" to the world around you...

do Group Policy control and play around with some firewall settings, set limits and give them non Admin accounts on there computers..

There are like a million ways to implement this.. But for fun, try the implementation from Mubix...

I'm not sharing my own C drive... I'm sharing their C drive running bat file from my USB whenever I do "fixing" :D

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