FTP Settings


Upload Logs By E-mail Every X Hours and Y Minutes

After checking this option, All In One Keylogger will try to upload the logs files
to the FTP address you supplied.
By using this option, you can remotely view all the logs files without the need to access the computer running Keylogger.
For using this option you will have to supply the following details:
FTP Address - The destination FTP server address (The logs will be sent to this Host).
In most cases it looks like ftp.your-ftp-host-name.com
Port - Please change this field only if you know what you are doing. Otherwise leave the Port value as set by the keylogger.
Remote Folder - The folder on the FTP server where log files
will be saved. Leave blank to store logs at the FTP initial folder.

If your FTP requires authentication, you should enter login name and password.

It is highly recommended to set proper security permissions for the FTP folder you choose
to upload the logs to, for making the logs private, so a password will be needed to access
the logs files on the FTP server.

Encrypt Connection [Methods: Explicit FTP over TLS]:

This option determines whether the connection and the data transfer to-and-from
the FTP server will be encrypted.
Not all FTP's support encrypted connection. On the other hand, there are some FTP's
that require using encrypted connection.
Assuming your FTP does support connection and data encryption then the advantage of enabling this
option is that the data(Logs) and your FTP login/password (for FTP Authentication) will be sent using
Encrypted Channel to the FTP server.
The disadvantages are that the encryption can slow the transfer.

Step by step example for viewing FTP logs:
First you need to have an FTP client for connection to your FTP server to download the logs. If you do not have any, you can download and install the Free FileZilla FTP client (for Windows) from here:

1) Open your FTP client.
2) Configure your FTP client with your FTP Host Settings.
   In the Host put your FTP Host address.
   In the Username put your FTP Host Username.
   In the Password put your FTP Host Password.
   Press the QuickConnect button to connect to your FTP account.
3) In your FTP client, open the Logs folder keylogger created (FTP reports) by double
   clicking it. (With FileZilla you will see that folder in the right side of FileZilla screen -
   you may need to press the '+' button to expand).
4) Download the folder that contains the wanted report to your local Drive.
   The folder name format is Month_Day_Year_Hour_Minute_Second
   determined by the time the keylogger sent that report.
   (With FileZilla, in the Left side of FileZilla screen choose the local location where you
   want to save that logs folder.
   Then right click the Month_Day_Year_Hour_Minute_Second folder and choose
5) Open All In One Keylogger and press on the Log Viewer option.
6) Select the View Remote Logs option at the Log Viewer side-tree.
7) Browse and select the "Log" folder located inside the folder you downloaded
   from the FTP server.
If you checked the "Upload Textual, Chat, File and Web log in HTML format" option,
then do steps (6), (7) and (8) only for viewing the Visual log.
The Textual, Chat, File & Web log (.htm extension) will be opened by your browser after you
double-click them.

Most of the free FTP services have an upload file size limited and a limited storage.

Upload Textual, Chat, File And Web Log In HTML Format:

After checking this option, the keylogger will upload the Textual, Chat, File and Web log in HTML format.
The Visual log is uploaded encrypted.
You should check this option if you want to view the Textual, Chat, File & Web log from a computer that does not have the keylogger installed on.

Set logs sending when a defined keyword is typed:

This option will be visible only after you check the 'Upload logs by FTP every ...' box.
This feature allows you to set a list of keywords. When one of these keywords is typed,
Keylogger automatically uploads the logs to the specified FTP server, regardless the uploading
interval you have set in the 'Upload logs by FTP every ...' option.
You can also set the 'Uploading Delay', i.e. how much time after the keyword is typed
Keylogger should upload the logs.
* Keylogger still uploads logs using the uploading interval you have set, even if one of the
   keywords triggered the logs uploading.

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