Retrieving Keystrokes from KeyGhost
tour explaining exactly how to retrieve keystrokes from a KeyGhost
Simple to Retrieve Keystrokes
If the KeyGhost can
record keys that are typed on the keyboard, it can also generate 'fake'
keystrokes. The computer will think that you typed them, on your keyboard.
[ typing something to test the recording ]
Type your 'PUC'
(Personal Unlock Code) into the editor. The KeyGhost device recognizes
the keystrokes, and gets ready to download the log. Note that the chance
of anyone else typing this PUC by mistake is less than 1 in 4 billion
PUCaccessmenu [ this triggers the download ]
3. The KeyGhost generates keystrokes to send to the computer. It looks like there is a 'phantom typist' typing in your editor:
Type the number
'1' to select download of keystrokes.
Enter selection or any other key to exit> 15. The KeyGhost becomes a 'phantom typist' again, filling up the editor with the keystrokes typed so far. Pressing any key at any time will stop the download (this allows for a quick stealthy exit if required).
.. finished downloading log6. You can now save the file from the text editor for later reference
The KeyGhost device is now back in transparent mode, quietly logging keystrokes.
is using the KeyGhost™?
What are the advantages of using a KeyGhost over software keyloggers? > go read more <
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System Requirements: PC compatible desktop computer with PS/2 (or Large Din) keyboard port.
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