Help with character in logfile

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2011-04-07
2013-05-28
  • Riccardo Misani

    Riccardo Misani - 2011-04-07

    Hi,
    in my logfile i find this sequence:



    What key is "€"? Why does not keylogger put it into a  like others?

    Tnxs!
    Bye
    Richard

     
  • Swift

    Swift - 2011-04-07

    Could you post your entire log file?

     
  • Riccardo Misani

    Riccardo Misani - 2011-04-14

    hi, here it is:
    20110406|1628|C:\WINDOWS\Explorer.EXE|1772854|misanir|Selezione account utente|  €€
    20110406|1630|C:\WINDOWS\Explorer.EXE|854654|misanir|logs|

     
  • Swift

    Swift - 2011-04-14

    I'm guessing you're using a foreign keyboard incompatible with pykeylogger.

     
  • Riccardo Misani

    Riccardo Misani - 2011-04-14

    italian keyboard is considered foreign? :-)
    by the way.. another question.. how i know if the key mapped in  are uppercase or lowercase?
    Tnxs a lot!
    Bye
    R

     
  • Swift

    Swift - 2011-04-14

    Since your keyboard is not supported, pykeylogger won't work on your computer >.<  That's why it doesn't tell you uppercase and lowercase letters, or symbols and stuff. If pykeylogger was working, it should automatically log all the keys.

     
  • tboland1

    tboland1 - 2012-04-27

    I am having the exact same problem…where on certain sites every keystroke is showing up as:

    and there is no indicator as to whether or not the letter is upper or lower case
    this keyboard is definitley NOT foreign…do you think the site could be doing this on purpose to avoid logging.
    are there methods available to feed pyKeylogger false info?

     

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