As global key hooks can be interpreted as virus threats, I had to make a less sophisticated one that will fly under the radar of AV systems. This is good, because most Antiviruses (except Sophos and maybe a few others) won't complain about it, but unfortunately, the hook that I had to use cannot call back the initial keystroke due to the fact that I am intercepting it after the system has used it. The consequence of this is that every time you press a non-numberpad number, it will effectively be pressing the non-numberpad version and THEN the numberpad version. Sorry, but without making every single antivirus program angry at me, that's the best I can do.
Start the program
Press the [Numbers->Numpad] menu and press [Start]
If it says "Hooked" in the box, you're ready to go
Hope that helps all you laptop users!!
This includes using FN keys in order to press numbers
Virus scans: Virustotal. MD5: 1eb727413089dd56f8124ca90f84b017 Mal/Behav-053
VIRUS SCAN #2: LTnumpad.zip MD5:1eb727413089dd56f8124ca90f84b017 - VirSCAN.org 3% Scanner(s) (1/36) found malware!
I would take a picture of Hook successful but im on a Desktop PC instead of a laptop however I tried it on my dad's Laptop and it works so yeah but I cant get on his laptop right now
THANKS ME IF IT HELPED JUUU