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elseine



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Post Keylogger in a USB keyboard Reply with quote
Hello everybody. I hace one question Is there any form to install a keylogger in a USB keyboard? I am using a USB keyboard y other computer and I dont have access to instal a keylogger, so I want to know if there is any form to obtain a keylogger in the USB keyboard.
Thanks for your time.
Tue Jul 05, 2011 12:58 pm View user's profile Send private message
GeorgeTI



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Post Keylogger Reply with quote
If you are authorised / allowed to install something as a keylogger, you can try a hardware keylogger. Try this site:

http://www.keelog.com

A hardware keylogger tends to skip anything software-related Smile

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malachi



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I'm going to weigh in here and say yes. You will need:
- a hardware keylogger
- a soldering iron
- a cheap USB hub for spare parts
- a short USB cable may be necessary, depending on the keyboard

Basically the procedure will be as follows:
- open the keyboard
- detatch the USB cable from the circuit board
- strip the hub for parts that will let you attach the circuit board to the keylogger - you may need to solder, and this is where the spare USB cable may come in handy
- attach the keyboard cable to the keylogger (again, soldering, or just use a new usb cable and plug it in)
- glue the cable in place where it comes out of the keyboard case so it doesn't waggle around
- close up the keyboard

Basically you have transformed:
keyboard -> circuit board -> keyboard case -> usb cable -> computer
into:
keyboard -> circuit board -> (possibly usb cable) -> keylogger -> keyboard case -> usb cable -> computer

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GeorgeTI



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I am not sure if this is a good idea, to actually try to insert the keylogger in the middle... you have to be able to physically access the hardware keylogger (at most cases) so embedding it into the keyboard may prove a bad idea. How whould it look if you took a keyboard out of the office? There ARE some hardware keyloggers that can transmit the data via e-mail (if they can access a wireless network with internet access) but I do think that a simple solution is the best. Besides, at packed offices, the computers are rarely moved from their positions and almost none ever watches the back of their PC, so a simple hardware keylogger is enough by my estimate.

P.S. Also you must consider wireless keyboards... the common point is the attached USB at the back of the PC. I have to get one hardware keylogger....... Razz

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Wed Oct 12, 2011 5:18 pm View user's profile Send private message
malachi



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GeorgeTI wrote:
you have to be able to physically access the hardware keylogger (at most cases)

Actually most hardware keyloggers I know of involve you sitting down at the keyboard, opening up a text editor, and typing in a secret code.

In any case, after a quick google search, this seems like your best bet if you want to physically embed it in the keyboard:
http://www.keelog.com/hardware_keyboard_logger.html

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hmm, now that IS interesting... I really hadn't thought of that this way. Why not, I think I'll buy both and experiment on some unfortunate fellas at work >Very Happy

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