How to make Aobo Mac Keylogger more stealthy

Note: This guide is out of date.
From Aobo Keylogger version 3.8, the keylogger has been improved significantly, it runs invisibly in the background, there is no need to create hidden folders manually.

If you are using an old version keylogger, please upgrade to version 3.8.

Follow the steps you will get your keylogger invisible and secure.

  1. Open “Readme” and install subpart of the keylogger Pro version first with the instruction in “ReadMe”.
  2. After the work is done, copy the keylogger main program to the suggested folder in “ReadMe” and double click to run it. You can rename the main program at any time you like.
  3. Create a secret folder (optional) for the main program if you decide it is necessary. But we do not suggest doing this when you think you are not familiar with Mac.
  4. Guide about how to create a secret folder in Mac OS X: http://guides.macrumors.com/Creating_Hidden_Folders
  5. Delete the keylogger folder from “Download” or where you put it and clear it in the “Trash” thoroughly. This step can remove the clue of the keylogger but will not affect the keylogger so please just do it.

So far we have successfully hidden the keylogger program from discovery. Now let’s begin talking about the keylogger secure problem.

  1. Bring up the keylogger software interface with the default hotkey. In “General” menu, Check “Run keylogger every time your Mac starts” to make sure it works any time you boot your Mac.
  2. Click “Set Password” and type one which is different from your admin password. And then check “Apply Password” to take it into effect.
  3. Please keep your password secret (no matter of the admin or the keylogger). Use hotkey to call for the program. Whenever you change the settings please click “Hide and go!” to make the keylogger work stealthy.

Note: This guide is out of date.
From Aobo Keylogger version 3.8, the keylogger has been improved significantly, it runs invisibly in the background, there is no need to create hidden folders manually.

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