Directory Image
This website uses cookies to improve user experience. By using our website you consent to all cookies in accordance with our Privacy Policy.

All you can have with Keylogger

Author: Jack Conner
by Jack Conner
Posted: Jan 11, 2019
airdrive keylogger

Hardware keyloggers are used to keep the track of keystrokes made on your keyboard, it records your very action made on keyboard including sensitive passwords and confidential information. They can be plugged in through a device between keyboard and computer and can also be implemented through BIOS-level Firmware. They keep all the track of keystrokes in their internal memory. Hardware keylogger has an advantage of starting logging your data as the computer is turned on, no software keylogger has this ability.

All Hardware keyloggers have a microcontroller that interrupts the data between computer and keyboard and save it in its memory. They also have a non-volatile memory in which all the data is saved. The memory can be in Kilobytes or Gigabytes depending on the specifications. Each keystroke typically consume a byte of memory.

TYPES:

WIRELESS HARDWARE KEYLOGGER SNIFFERS:

Wireless keylogger collects the packet of data which are sent from wireless keyboard to the computer and then it tries to crack the encryption key used to secure the communication between computer and wireless keyboard and then save it in its memory.

A REGULAR HARDWARE KEYLOGGER:

It is used for keystroke logging by implementing a hardware circuit that is attached somewhere between keyboard and computer. It keeps all the data save in its memory and can be accessed by typing in series. Hardware keyloggers have always advantage over software keyloggers as they are not dependent on any program, so they are hard to be detected and monitors the data from the moment your computer is turned on. They are designed to work with PS/2 keyboards or more recently with USB keyboards.

Wireless, Innovative & Smart.

The AirDrive Keylogger is an ultra-small USB keylogger, only 0.8" (20 mm) in length. It can be accessed with any Wi-Fi device such as a computer, laptop, tablet, or smartphone.

The AirDrive Keylogger Pro is an enhanced version of the AirDrive Keylogger, with additional connectivity options. It works both as a Wi-Fi hotspot, and as a Wi-Fi device, enabling features such as Email reports, time-stamping, and data streaming.

The AirDrive Keylogger Max is the most advanced keylogger in the AirDrive Keylogger family, with all the capabilities of the Pro version, enhanced with 8 GB internal memory available as a USB Hi-speed flash drive (480Mbps).

Features
  • Records keystrokes from any USB keyboard
  • 16MB internal flash memory
  • 100% stealthy, undetectable for security software
  • Supports over 40 national keyboard layouts
  • Compatible with barcode readers
  • Works as a Wi-Fi hotspot
  • Connect from any computer, smartphone, or tablet
  • Access data from web browser, no software or app necessary
  • Retrieve data remotely without touching the device
  • Simple and clear WWW interface
  • Supports WEP, WPA, and WPA-2 network security
  • Memory protected by hardware encryption

Pro and Max version:

  • Works as a Wi-Fi hotspot, or as a Wi-Fi device
  • Sends Email reports with recorded data
  • Supports time-stamping
  • Live data streaming

Max version:

  • 8 gigabytes of built-in memory
  • Memory accessible as a USB Hi-speed flash drive (480Mbps)

About the Author

I am Jack, Working as a Marketing Manager at keelog which gives Usb keylogger and Keyloggers to monitor your employees, Children or any other person.

Rate this Article
Leave a Comment
Author Thumbnail
Please or Join to add a comment.
Author: Jack Conner

Jack Conner

Flag of United States
United States

Member since: Jan 08, 2019
Total live articles: 1

Related Articles