I am making a Keylogger for my sons computer as a project for my college course in programming. He said code one program of use so here it is. I have all the code and Stub set up but I need to make the builder be able to see those settings and apply them.
E.g. In the builder I have Process Persistence so it can not be killed on his computer with Task Manager. There is a checkbox in the builder and I need a If statement inside the stub to tell if the ProcessPersistence.Checked = True or False so it can react in the Stub. I have been all over Google looking for code w/ no luck. Please help!
I am looking to make private subs and a couple of Booleans that need to determine settings on another program.
I am using this to pull data:
FileOpen(1, Application.ExecutablePath, OpenMode.Binary, OpenAccess.Read, OpenShare.Shared)
And using this to save data: But it is not working for some reason
FileOpen(1, Application.StartupPath & "\WhatINeedToSaveInto.exe", OpenMode.Binary, OpenAccess.Read, OpenShare.Default)
NameOfProgramToMake = Space(LOF(1))
FileOpen(1, saveit.FileName, OpenMode.Binary, OpenAccess.ReadWrite, OpenShare.Default)
FilePut(1, NameOfSub, NameOfSub, NameOfSub, NameOfSub)
PLEASE EXPLAIN ALL CODE! I am learning and copy-pasting will not help me learn a thing!
Last edited by DesignLife; Oct 5th, 2012 at 06:24 PM.
Re: Pulling open a profgram and putting in settings.
I'm afraid you'll not find anyone here willing to help with the programming of an application which is at best ethically questionable and potentially malicious. Even though I am sure you have no such intentions yourself you will understand that we prefer not to make any thing public which could help those who do.
As the 6-dimensional mathematics professor said to the brain surgeon, "It ain't Rocket Science!"
C++ programmers will dismiss you as a cretinous simpleton for your inability to keep track of pointers chained 6 levels deep and Java programmers will pillory you for buying into the evils of Microsoft. Meanwhile C# programmers will get paid just a little bit more than you for writing exactly the same code and VB6 programmers will continue to whitter on about "footprints". - FunkyDexter
There's just no reason to use garbage like InputBox. -jmcilhinney