Hardware Key Logging Part 2

    Date26 Apr 2007
    Posted ByBenjamin D. Thomas
    You will notice in the picture at right that the KeeLog product is the smallest of the three, followed by the plug style KeyGhost and then the cable style KeyGhost. I tossed the KeyCarbon from my previous article in to help you with the size comparison. I'm not sure why KeyGhost chose to make their Time/Date stamping cable as big as it is. One failed on me during testing so I took it apart to see if I could reset it somehow. The core electronics look like they could easily be put into a smaller package. Maybe in later releases they will shrink down the housing. All of these keyloggers have their tradeoffs which I will cover shortly.

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