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    stealth monitoring programs

    anyone know of any good programs to monitor cheating spouses internet activities?

    can these programs bypass routers and firewalls?

    thanks for any info
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    Are you looking for a program to log activity on a PC or to monitor a PC through a network?
    SpyAgent is my fave. It's not free but I've tried the trial and it's awesome. I'm not sure what you mean by bypassing firewalls though.

    Features:


    Logs Keystrokes typed
    Logs Website Visits
    Logs Applications Opened and Closed
    Logs Internet Connections Made
    Logs Files Opened and Printed
    Logs Chat Conversations
    Logs Windows opened
    Logs Email Sent and Received
    Sends Activity Logs via Email or FTP
    Records Screenshots
    Built-In Content Filtering
    Easy Log Management
    Powerful Graphical Interface
    PC Lockdown Scheduling
    Disables Spyware Detectors
    Runs in TOTAL STEALTH!

    http://www.spytech-web.com/spyagent.shtml

    If this isn't what you're looking for, try to be a bit more specific.

    You could also take a look at Spytech's other products all of which are worth trying if you're interested:
    http://www.spytech-web.com/software.shtml

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    eggs, why don't you just check the IM logs when the culprit is off the system? Yes I'm assuming that they don't realize the logs are being kept...

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    i am looking for remote stealth monitoring that is like a trojan that can do dll injection to bypass firewalls etc...

    i am aware of spyagent but i am looking for something that can install from a floppy and not be detected and it must be able to get through router.

    thanks for all suggestions
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    I don't know about anything that can be installed from a floppy, but have you looked at Spytech's other products?
    http://www.spytech-web.com/software.shtml

    They have some remote monitoring apps and suites.

    You might find something free and lightweight here:
    http://www.majorgeeks.com/downloads6.html

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    hey thanks alot bud!

    I knew I could count on you. I have tried more than half of those programs which means I was totally unaware of the other half and I will eagerly check it out...

    I will write a guide after I get more research in this area.

    so far the best commercial program is e-blaster.
    http://www.spectorsoft.com/products/...asp?refer=6998

    very easy to install and completly stealth and can get past routers to email out logs.

    Win-spy has an Amazing feature set but cannot get past the router for remote connections.
    http://www.win-spy.com/

    I am now exploring the area of trojans.

    man do these things have options and tools the other programs cannot even get close too!!!!

    can do dll injections so it can bypass the routers and firewalls by inserting iteslf into any process you choose!



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    Last edited by egghead; October 23rd, 2004 at 09:11 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by egghead
    hey thanks alot bud!
    My pleasure

    Regarding the trojan, won't it be easily detected by an AV?
    Last edited by hotmale; October 22nd, 2004 at 19:31 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotmale
    My pleasure

    Regarding the trojan, won't it be easily detected by an AV?
    For receiving an undetectable private version of Beast 2.07 you have to make a small payment
    of 120 Euro (see http://finance.yahoo.com/m3 for currency conversions).
    The private version is almost identical with the public one, all the features being the same,
    but could be also few bugs fixed. Both servers (with and w/o injection), the stub (for binding)
    and the client will be undetectable for all AV (McAfee, TDS, KAV, PC-Cillin, Norton, TrojanHunter,
    BOClean, TrojanRemover, Panda, AČ etc.), being compiled especially for you and not released
    to the public. Usually the private versions remain undetected for ever, but if, somehow,
    your version will become detected you'll receive another one undetectable again.

    My understanding, hotmale, is if you start changing bytes in hexeditor, you will have one that is undetectable to all anti-virus companies unless your vertsion goes widespread./

    I had the link to the tutorial about editing it

    nice huh? hehe
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    Quote Originally Posted by egghead
    nice huh? hehe
    You bet!

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    eggs, just be vewy vewy kaweful...

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    ***********EDIT - OPPS! sorry off topic


    huh - don't know about that. Using KAV's advanced heuristics - it relies on the nature of viruses, trojans, ect, rather than specific definitions (which is why you receive false positives often when scanning cracks, keygens)

    KAV caught a worm I downloaded from emule - before it even became an executable (by definition though).

    Not saying KAV is end all, be all* - but it's well known for unpacking ablitity and heuristics.

    *Helps to use SSM, Prevx, and process guard as well.

    New Outpost won't even allow network access it it's been modified

    Last edited by lynchknot; October 22nd, 2004 at 23:59 PM.

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    i am a big promotor of KAV. i have recommended it for a couple years.

    dll injection is both scary and necessary to bypass routers and firewalls. in the future it will be necessary to capture all files and filesizes and fingerprint them. when an application tries to modofy a file you will be alerted.

    as it is now, you will not know that a bad program or virus has injected its code into a trusted application like iexplorer.exe and now the virus/trojan now can access the internet without sounding alarms.

    brilliant!
    Last edited by egghead; October 23rd, 2004 at 09:23 AM.
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    Well I really like and have been using Norman Virus Control for several years.

    It uses a sandbox technology, that is the best and most stable that I have used.

    When it scans a file for the first time it boots a complete simulated virtual computer complete with a network in memory, executes the file and records what happens.

    More info can be found here: Norman Sandbox

    It has saved me a few times, from newsgroup downloads, though I do not anyway open any attachments from unknown sources anyway.....but then there is always my son to think of.

    Norman is a little more expensive, but, very resource friendly and reliable.

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    Sounds very interesting jseymour.

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    I also have Norman Virus Control installed as an "on demand" scanner - just because it's a different technology - but it seems every testing site, on the web, puts KAV and KAV based engines at the top. I, myself, have tested AV's with my CD of some 300+ live viruses. Norman missed a few but KAV got them all. I'm still keeping Norman as you never know what may slip by one.

    Outpost will warn of DLL injection (any component/memory change) - so will SSM and, I think, Prevx (both are free) Process guard is really the best IMO but not free - there is a free version though - which I am using.

    Last edited by lynchknot; October 23rd, 2004 at 15:36 PM.

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