The Forensic Keylogger Keyboard Wi-Fi is a keystroke recording keyboard with an integrated hardware keylogger. The embedded hardware keylogger derives from the AirDrive Forensic family, acting as a Wi-Fi hotspot for viewing recorded data. It features a sophisticated FPGA chip with a 32X oversampling algorithm, ensuring a zero character drop rate and full compatibility with all types of USB topologies. A variety of keyboard models is available to choose from when ordering your Forensic Keylogger Keyboard Wi-Fi.
$59.99 / €52.99
The Forensic Keylogger Keyboard Wi-Fi has a factory-installed keylogger integrated, based on the high performance KeyGrabber Forensic Keylogger. The USB keyboard model may be chosen for a variety of manufacturers, models, and keyboard layouts (subject to stock availability). This guarantees full stealthiness, as the keylogging module is neither visible to the naked eye, nor to the operating system or security software.
The Forensic Keylogger Keyboard Wi-Fi is a high quality keyboard and keylogger combination, with a zero character drop-rate. It records everything that is typed on the keyboard, and has several levels of filtering and handling control characters.
The Forensic Keylogger Keyboard Wi-Fi acts as a Wi-Fi hotspot. You can connect to it with any Wi-Fi device, such as a smartphone, tablet, or laptop without even touching the device! The keyboard will then present a webpage with the data log and configuration options. No additional software or drivers necessary.
The Forensic Keylogger Keyboard Wi-Fi is as stealthy as a hardware keylogger can get, thanks to the physical integration inside the USB keyboard. It shows up only as a USB input device, not differing in any way from a standard USB keyboard. Thus the embedded hardware keylogger cannot 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.