Now let’s look through several system code types that you’ll need while creating a keylogger for Windows.
The future keylogger will: record keystrokes; log an active window; block the process from a user without admin rights; stop the hotkey process.
Making a Keylogger Here I’m going to describe Windows programming methods you may find useful for developing a simple keylogger.
The last group called “black hat coders” includes programming gurus writing the codes in a notebook and developing new exploits from scratch.
The parameters will be: Hook type — WH_KEYBOARD_LL; The callback function, meaning the method that will process all keyboard events; Current module identifier; Thread id — 0.