So I came up with an idea. its called "Light weight Log Writer". I'm programming it in java and will be cross platform for Mac, Linux, and Windows. The idea is to have a powerful-light-weight-event-logger. Its modular, thus making it easier to debug. So far I have written my Exception classes. My Configuration information and classes...ect!
I plan to make it read a .properties file. Inside the properties file will contain all the data for the event logger, such as directory, file name, time stamps, maximum file size, all that jazz.
I am concerned though, I don't want an anti-malware to think its a keylogger. LWLW does not log keys, only events that it is given when added to the end users program for example: program A1 uses LWLW to write server connections/disconnections to a text file.
I have a question for you guys though, what are the directorys on mac that are safe to write to? Also could you give an example?