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Keylogger Authors Manage To Infect Themselves 16 Different Times 33

An anonymous reader writes: Last summer someone created and dumped the source code of a keylogger called KeyBase. Since then, hackers have been churning out their own versions, but as you'd expect, skids would play with it too. Palo Alto researchers found the (unprotected) Web panels of some of these keyloggers, and discovered screenshots of the hackers' computers. Some of them even had dating pics.
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Keylogger Authors Manage To Infect Themselves 16 Different Times

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