DIY hardware keylogger

18Feb06

keeloggerThere are many softwares/spywares to log your keyboard data. But here is a do it yourself  hardware keyboard logger. KeeLogger is a small circuit with a handful of components and simple circuit that can be assembled in a afternoon, which when connected to your keyboard cable, will log all the data on the PS/2 keyboard line. The inbuilt memory can store huge amounts of data.

We present 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.

They also provide a special software application with full source code for analysis of the memorized data. You may use data here provided as you wish, although we do not take any responsibility for the way you use this keylogger device. The device is only a few mm in length. [Tipped by Rathijit Banerjee!]

KeeLogger 

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7 Responses to “DIY hardware keylogger”

  1. 1 Nguyen Khoa

    hi you can send for me source programs keylogger
    Thank You very much

  2. 2 Anrew

    Here is the new DIY project form KeeLog company:

    http://www.keelog.com/wireless_keylogger.html

    This time it’s Wireless Hardware Keylogger device.

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