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A short one this time :-)

An easy and fast way to update your Ubuntu Desktop (or server ofcourse) is by creating a script with just one line:
apt-get update && apt-get upgrade && apt-get autoremove && apt-get autoclean
Good luck.
Yes, I know. Keylogging is nog righteous to do, but I was curious how easy this could be achieved. It is so easy. 
First of all go to This is a very, very (did I say very?) easy keylogger. Just install it, and you're ready... :-) 
 But there is more. Would you like to install this silently? I do. 
In short, this is a way to do it: 
First of all, download Cameyo. With this nice little tool you can create a portable .exe file of the keyloggger. 
Secondly, install a nice and clean WindowsXp virtual machine (or a physical one...) O yeah, no AntiVirus software on it. 
But, do install Cameyo on it. Start Cameyo and follow the instructions during the wizard. Then install actualspy. Register it. 

Some notes: 
Buy/download actualspy (or something like that ;- , hint: search youtube for actualspy)) 
A registered version doesn't have the 40minute-usage limitation 
 Then, allow cameyo to create the nicely and portable exe file for you. 
Run the portable .exe file with the switch /s 
Schedule this .exe with the Windows Scheduler and it works nicely. 
x64 Machines also work ;-) 
Ow, and please take note of the fact that this is merely ment for educational purposes... 
If you're running Ubuntu there is a neat way of installing all of your programms on a newly installed Ubuntu system. 
Run the following command on the 'old' Ubuntu installation.
"dpkg --get-selections > installed-software"

You'll end up with a file called installed-software. Copy the file to a usb key and copy it to a location on your backtrack machine.
Run: "dpkg --set-selections < installed-software" in the directory where you copied the file installed-software.
Finally the "sudo apt-get dselect-upgrade" commands completes all of this. Be aware that is might take while until the installtion finishes.

If the above doesn't work, you probably do not have dselect installed.
In that case, run "apt-get install deselect"
The above instructions also work on BackTrack 5. ;-)