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looking for a good keylogger

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i am looking for a good keylogger that is pretty stealthy, runs without any installation and on a single executable file (meaning it should only consist of a single .exe file). i also need it to have the ability to send the logs via email secretly, start automatically on system startup, and be protected with a password. plus it would be preferred it were freeware.
i need such a program firstly because i am currently working with 2 other guys on a project and as i am doing the report part, i always have to send my partners the most recent version of the report (or parts/pieces of the report), which is done about 6-8 times in a day. i also need to save it very often because my work PC (my old one) has the tendency to often restart at all the wrong times.
secondly, i need it for security. i leave my old PC running almost all the time and would certainly wont want anyone using it, so a keylogger lets me atleast find out what was being done on the PC.

thanks, and i hope this doesn't go against any rules at G2G.
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Nope, sorry, we won't help you with this. I find your reasons suspicious at best - I'm not sure why working on a project with 2 other people would require the stealth that you describe. I'm closing this topic.
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