The most advanced PS/2 hardware key logger available on the market, with up to 16 gigabytes of internal flash memory! This hardware keylogger features a text menu with loads of options for analyzing recorded data. Additionally, the USB Download Accelerator is included for super-fast retrieving of logged data. The keystroke logger is completely transparent to computer operation, no software or drivers are required. Supports national keyboard layouts.
USB Download Accelerator
(included with keylogger)
Retrieve entire log in seconds!
| > 16,000,000 keystrokes
(over 8,000 pages of text)
| > 16,000,000,000 keystrokes
(over 8,000,000 pages of text)
Installation of the hardware PS/2 keylogger in record mode is quick and easy. Simply plug it in between the PS/2 keyboard and the PS/2 keyboard port. No software of drivers are required. The hardware keylogger will automatically start recording all data typed on the keyboard to the internal flash disk.
Disconnect your PS/2 keyboard from the PS/2 port.
Connect the PS/2 hardware keylogger between the keyboard and the PS/2 keyboard port.
Open any text editor, such as Notepad or MS Word.
Each device has a built-in 3-key combination (by default K, B, D). Press these 3 magic keys simultaneously to trigger the text-menu.
Use the digit keys to surf around the menu. For example, pressing '1' initiates memory viewing.
The text-menu offers a variety of view, search, and configuration options. Examples of text menu usage are shown below.
Connect the keylogger to any free USB port, using the provided USB Download Accelerator.
The logger will automatically respond as a mass storage device.
The Flash Drive will contain the file LOG.TXT with a text log of all data captured in record mode. Copying this file to your hard drive will take a few seconds. The LOG.TXT file may be later viewed and searched with any text editor, such as Notepad. More details are available in the KeyGrabber PS/2 User Guide.
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.PS2 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.PS2 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.