HeraKeylogger is a powerful chrome keylogger tool that can be used for various purposes, such as monitoring browser activity or testing security. In this guide, we will walk you through the process of installing and using HeraKeylogger on your Linux.
- Python 3.x
- huepy from Python 3.x
This tool tested on following systems
Install and Use HeraKeylogger
Step 1: Download the tool
The first step is to clone the HeraKeylogger ( chrome keylogger ) repository from GitHub. Open your terminal and run the following command
git clone https://github.com/UndeadSec/HeraKeylogger.git
Step 2: Change the Directory
Once the repository is cloned, navigate to the HeraKeylogger directory using the following command
Step 3: Install the Requirements
Before running HeraKeylogger, make sure you have all the necessary requirements installed. Use the following command to install the requirements
sudo pip3 install -r requirements.txt
Step 4: Run the tool
Now that you have everything set up, you can start using HeraKeylogger. Run the following command to launch the keylogger
Now input your IP address and press enter button and the keylogger will be hosted on your localhost. A keylogger hosted in this way can only be accessed on the local network. If you need worldwide access you can use the Cloudflare tool.
That’s it. This tool can be used in this simple way. If you have any doubts, watch the video below.
Usage and Features
HeraKeylogger offers a range of features that can be used to monitor and record keystrokes on a target system. Some of the key features include:
- Keylogging: HeraKeylogger captures all keystrokes made on the target system, allowing you to monitor user activity.
- Remote Access: HeraKeylogger allows you to remotely access the captured data from any device with an internet connection.
- Stealth Mode: The keylogger operates in stealth mode, making it difficult for the user to detect its presence
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