The AirDrive Forensic Keylogger Mac is an ultra-compact USB hardware keylogger, designed for compatibility with Apple Mac computers and keyboards. It can handle sophisticated keyboards such as the aluminium A1243. It measures only 0.9" (22 mm) in length and 0.3" (8mm) in height, and can be accessed with any Wi-Fi device such as a computer, laptop, tablet, or smartphone. Completely transparent for computer operation, cannot be detected by computer software. The AirDrive Forensic Keylogger Mac features a sophisticated FPGA chip with a 32X oversampling algorithm, making it compatible with all types of USB keyboards and barcode readers.
$44.99 / €39.99
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Gross weight (inc. packaging):
0.1kg / 0.1 lbs
Size (inc. connectors):
35mm x 16mm x 8mm
The AirDrive Forensic Keylogger Mac is a general-purpose USB hardware keylogger, with a special architecture capable of handling Apple Mac keyboards, such as the aluminium A1243. Besides Macs, it handles all types of standard USB keyboards, including wireless keyboards, ones with built-in hubs, and USB 3.0. Being only 0.9" (22mm) in length and 0.3" (8mm) in height, it's designed to be a professional security and surveillance tool, minimizing the risk of exposure. The AirDrive Forensic Keylogger Mac is available with white and black enclosures to choose from.
All AirDrive devices act as Wi-Fi hotspots. You can connect to them with any Wi-Fi device, such as a smartphone, tablet, or laptop without even touching the device! The AirDrive device will then present a webpage with the data log and configuration options. No additional software or drivers necessary.
Unlike traditional keyloggers which work as USB flash drives, you don't need to have physical access to an AirDrive Keylogger to retrieve the logged data. Simply connect to it over Wi-Fi, download the log file, and you're done. You can then hide the keylogger by erasing the log, disabling further logging, or even hiding the WLAN network.
Passively monitoring a USB bus for keystrokes is a complex task, and the AirDrive Forensic Keylogger Mac keylogger does this better than any other solution on the market. The AirDrive Forensic Keylogger Mac implements a 32X waveform oversampling algorithm based on a sophisticated FPGA chip. This makes it a top-performer in terms of reliability, with a zero character drop-rate. It works with wireless keyboards (excluding some Bluetooth models), keyboard with integrated hubs, and all types of barcode scanners (including those with a fast keystroke generation speed).
The AirDrive Keylogger is a powerful surveillance and security tool. The web interface allows to configure the Access Point WLAN settings, as well as a keystroke logging options. Over 40 national keyboard layouts are supported, including the most popular languages and keyboard layouts used throughout the world.
The AirDrive Forensic Keylogger Mac is as stealthy as a hardware keylogger can get. It leaves no traces on the target computer, and doesn't propagate anything in the local Wi-Fi environment. It works as a passive USB-tap device and can't be detected by security and anti-virus software.
The Pro version adds a powerful set of features centered around the capability to act both as a Wi-Fi hotspot, and a Wi-Fi device with Internet connectivity. This unleashes a broad set of options, such as email reporting, time-stamping, and live data streaming.
The usage of a keylogger is fully legal as long as a clear notice is displayed, informing the user of the monitored equipment about the presence of a keystroke logger. We encourage the use of this equipment only for the purpose of monitoring your own computer, especially for protecting children against online hazards. It is NOT LEGAL to use a keylogger for the purpose of intercepting third party data, especially passwords, banking data, confidential correspondence, etc. If in doubt, please seek legal advice before using a keystroke logger. A good starting point is the U.S. Department of Justice Letter on Keystroke Monitoring and Login Banners, according to which a clear notice should be displayed, warning that user keystrokes may be logged.