Versatile USB hardware keylogger with 16 gigabytes of internal memory (industrial grade), accessible as a USB flash drive. Completely transparent for computer operation, no software or drivers required. Supports national keyboard layouts.
$67.99 / €61.99
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Gross weight (inc. packaging):
0.1kg / 0.1 lbs
Size (inc. connectors):
52mm x 20mm x 12mm
The KeyGrabber is a reliable and versatile keylogger, being a best-seller since 2005. Installing a KeyGrabber 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.
Recorded data can be viewed on any computer or laptop by switching to flash drive mode. Each device has a built-in 3-key combination. Pressing these 3 keys simultaneously will trigger flash drive mode. The keylogger will automatically respond as a mass storage device, with the file LOG.TXT containing 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.).
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.
The device will work with almost all types of physical USB keyboards (it won't work with internal laptop keyboards). It works fine with wireless keyboards, with exception of Bluetooth keyboards. It won't work a few types of keyboards with built-in high-speed USB hubs (primarily Apple A1243 and Dell KB522), for which the Mac/MCP series should be used. Support for some gaming keyboards is not fully guaranteed, as they often use proprietary protocols.