KeyDevil Hardware Keylogger - How it Works
The KeyDevil is a Hardware Keylogger capable of memorizing over
260,000 keystrokes including website addresses, passwords, or
anything typed on your computer. The KeyDevil is in fact a small
electronic device plugged in between a standard PS/2 keyboard and a
Personal Computer. It's main function is to log all keys pressed on
the keyboard to internal non-volatile memory. Stored data can be
later recalled and analyzed at anytime.
Find Your Computer's Ps2 Connector
Unplug Your Computer's Keyboard Cable
Connect The KeyDevil Into Your Ps2 Slot
Connect Your Keyboard Into The KeyDevil.
Preview - Before / After
Once data has been acquired in record mode, you can review this
recorded data by running the KeyDevil Software (Provided Upon
Purchase) on a computer running Windows 9X/ME/XP/2000. Before
attempting to retrieve recorded data, The KeyDevil should be
connected in the same way as in record mode. Typing in a special
password provided with the KeyDevil will initiate data transmission
to the log viewer for speedy analysis.