Wi-Fi USB hardware keylogger released! AirDrive Wi-Fi keyloggers are dual-function: hardware key logger and USB flash disk for instant data retrieve. No drivers required, works with any USB keyboard, time-stamping option available. Up to 8 GB of memory!
The world's smallest hardware keyloggers with date and time-stamping functionality. All the features of the standard KeyGrabber USB keyloggers, with an additional time tracking module powered by an internal battery. Flash drive mode and 8 gigabytes of memory assure quick and easy access to logged data under any operating system. Completely transparent for computer operation, no software or drivers required.
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Take advantage of the unique new features:
Built-in timestamping module and battery with over 7 years lifetime guaranteed!
Huge memory capacity (8 gigabytes), organized as an advanced flash FAT file system
Memory protected with strong 128-bit encryption
No software or drivers required, Windows, Linux, and Mac compatible
The built-in real-time clock will keep track of the time and date independent if the computer is turned on or not. This is possible thanks to the internal battery, with a guaranteed lifetime of over 7 years. Time and date stamps will get inserted in the log file while the keylogger is capturing keystrokes. The entire log file with embedded date and timestamps is then available for viewing using any text editor.
The Mac Compatibility Pack (MCP) is a hardware enhancement ensuring full compatibility with Apple Mac computers and keyboards. Several Apple keyboards are USB High-Speed and Low-Speed combos, creating a challenge for all types of USB keyloggers. The aluminum Apple A1243 and A1242 are typical examples:
The KeyGrabber USB with the Mac Compatibility Pack features a special Mac Mode (enabled by default), which will ensure proper operation of the keyboard and logging of all keystrokes. Mac Mode is compatible with standard keyboards too, so the KeyGrabber does not have to be reconfigured.
Does the MCP version work with PCs and non-Mac keyboards? Yes, it does both in Mac Mode, and normal mode. If you are planning to use the KeyGrabber on a PC, the MCP version will work fine.
Does the non-MCP version work with Macs? In most cases yes, but this is not guaranteed. If you are planning to use the KeyGrabber with a Mac, the MCP version is the safe choice.
Installation of the hardware USB keylogger in record mode is quick and easy. Simply plug it in between the USB keyboard and the USB port. No software or drivers are required. The USB keylogger will automatically start recording all data typed on the keyboard to the internal flash disk.
Disconnect the USB keyboard from the USB port at the computer or hub. This can be done even with the computer up and running.
Connect the hardware USB keylogger between the USB keyboard and the USB port. Keystroke logging will start automatically.
Playback mode (Flash Drive)
Once data has been captured in record mode, you can retrieve it on any computer with a USB port. This is done by switching to Flash Drive mode. The USB hardware keylogger and keyboard should be connected in the same way, as in record mode.
Each device has a built-in 3-key combination (by default K, B, S). Press these 3 magic keys simultaneously to trigger Flash Drive mode. The keylogger will automatically respond as a mass storage device.
The Flash Drive will contain the file LOG.TXT with a text log of all captured data. Keystroke data is formatted in the same as it would appear on the screen, with special keys in brackets ([Ent], [Esc], [Del] etc.). This file can be viewed and searched with any text editor, such as Notepad or MS Word.
The USB hardware keylogger may be configured through the file CONFIG.TXT, placed in the Flash Drive root folder. Use any text editor to prepare such a configuration file, containing the following text:
Copy this file to the root folder in Flash Drive mode. The configuration will be loaded on next record mode initialization.
Password sets the 3-key combination for triggering Flash Drive mode. Any three-letter key combination is allowed (sequence is irrelevant). Default value is KBS.
LogSpecialKeys sets the logging level for special keys, such as Enter, Escape, F1...F12 etc. Special keys are logged in brackets, i.e. [Ent]. Allowed values are None (only text is logged), Medium (text with basic function keys are logged), and Full (text with all special keys are logged). Default value is Medium.
DisableLogging allows to disable logging, however does not affect mode switching. Allowed values are Yes (logging disabled) and No (logging enabled). Default value is No.
It is possible to enable a national layout for language-adapted keyboards, such as French, German etc. This will allow national characters to get logged properly (including those with Alt Gr), such as ö, ß, ó etc. The following example demonstrates the advantages of applying the German national layout.
Text logged with layout
Text logged without layout
Keylogger (PS/2 & USB)
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To enable a national layout, the appropriate layout file named LAYOUT.USB must be placed in the hardware keylogger root folder. The file must be copied in Flash Drive mode (no access to the flash disk in record mode). Layout files may be obtained from the CD-ROM attached with the device or from the download section. The flash disks main folder should contain the file LAYOUT.USB and the standard log file LOG.TXT.
To enable the layout, safely remove the flash disk. On record mode initiation, the layout file will be loaded automatically.