In this post, I will be guiding you on how to set up the DroidKeylog Backend app on any hosting service.
Though the setup process is not so complicated and may be tricky for those who are beginners and never touched PHP
How to setup DroidKeylog Keylogger
To set up this DroidKeyLog Control Server, you need three things
Setting up the Hosting
Note: Most web hosting services offer inbuilt web-based File Managers with zipping and unzip functionality. If any hosting provider does not support Online File Manager, you must transfer the files through FTP.
Setting Up the Database
Sometimes Your PhpMyAdmin may be located at a different place. As shown below, you need to figure out that and open the PhpMyAdmin Dashboard.
Now select the database and click on import. Then you will see an interface like this, select the .sql file and upload. Clicking on the go button, you will be shown a message like this.
After the import is successful, You can delete the old key logs data(if any data already exists) or keep them.
Now our database is ready, and we will set up the database host, DB and password
in the db.php file.
Connecting with the Database
$servername = "localhost"; $username= "root"; $password = ""; $database = "keylog";
Now replace the values with your one. The value localhost will work for almost all hosting services. Still, if your hosting assigns an IP, use that IP in place of localhost and change the username, password, and database username to the one you created during database setup.
My Hosting service has a built-in web editor, so I will open dp.php and edit it. If your hosting provider does not provide an Online editor, locally edit the file and upload it.
Now Our Server is ready, to confirm this, you can open the website and check if any error exists or not.
Check Server Setup
Open the web address in any browser, and you will see a message like this. if you see this message, then the setup is working,
Now Open the admin panel by /admin/
and the default username and password are admin and 1337
After login, you will see the dashboard like this.
Our server is fully ready, and we will set up the client for our Android.