The Hardware KeyLogger Stand-alone Edition
is a tiny hardware device that can be attached in between a
keyboard and a computer. It keeps a record of all keystrokes typed on
the keyboard. The recording
process is totally transparent to the end user. The keystrokes can
only be retrieved by an administrator with a proper password.
Read the Hardware KeyLogger tutorial
The actual look of
the Hardware KeyLogger Stand-alone Edition may differ slightly from this
photo for security reasons.
Records all keystrokes into a built-in flash
memory chip, even keystrokes made in BIOS and DOS are
No need to install any software, just plug in the device between the computer and the keyboard. Even retrieving
the keystrokes requires no software.
Works on all PC operating systems, including
Windows XP, 2000, ME, NT, 98, 95, 3.1, Linux, Solaris, DOS,
OS/2 and BeOS.
The keystrokes are stored in non-volatile
flash memory. The keystrokes are retained even if the
device is unplugged.
Can be unplugged and the keystrokes retrieved
on a different computer.
Undetectable by any spyware/virus software
Uses no system resources.
Powered from computer, no battery required.
Keystrokes in the flash memory are encrypted.
Looping memory so that the memory will never
be filled up.
Excellent real-time backup device.
|Flash Memory Size
||Keystroke Storage Capacity
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