DIY hardware keylogger

Friday, 24 February 2006, 6:24 PM EST

The article presents the prototype version of the KeeLogger with full documentation, electrical schematics, and program. Operation of this device is similar to the KeeLogger Pro version, although download is initiated by a special button. Also the DIY keylogger version logs all data on the PS/2 keyboard line, so memory isn't used as efficiently as in the commercial version.

Nevertheless, this is a 100% operational and checked hardware keyboard logger. We provide a special software application with full source code for analysis of the memorized data.

At keelog.com

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