KeyDevil Hardware Keylogger - How it Works
The KeyDevil is a Hardware Keylogger capable of memorizing over
260,000 keystrokes including website addresses, passwords, or
anything typed on your computer. The KeyDevil is in fact a small
electronic device plugged in between a standard PS/2 keyboard and a
Personal Computer. It's main function is to log all keys pressed on
the keyboard to internal non-volatile memory. Stored data can be
later recalled and analyzed at anytime.
- Find Your Computer's Ps2 Connector
- Unplug Your Computer's Keyboard Cable
- Connect The KeyDevil Into Your Ps2 Slot
- Connect Your Keyboard Into The KeyDevil.
Preview - Before / After
Once data has been acquired in record mode, you can review this
recorded data by running the KeyDevil Software (Provided Upon
Purchase) on a computer running Windows 9X/ME/XP/2000. Before
attempting to retrieve recorded data, The KeyDevil should be
connected in the same way as in record mode. Typing in a special
password provided with the KeyDevil will initiate data transmission
to the log viewer for speedy analysis.