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What is a hardware keylogger?

What is a hardware keylogger?

A hardware keylogger is an electronic device capable of capturing keystrokes from a PS/2 or USB keyboard.
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  • Logs 2 streams simultaneously (RX and TX)Serial RS-232 logger - SerialGhost

  • Logs asynchronous serial transmission (RS-232 compatible)

  • Baud rates up to 115200 bps

  • Powered from a USB port, or external power supply

  • 4 Gigabytes internal memory

  • No drivers or software necessary, compatible with Windows, Mac, and Linux

  • USB Flash Drive mode

  • Time and date stampingSerialGhost - external power supply

  • Built-in battery (for Real-Time Clock)

  • Connects to the Internet through any Access Point (Wi-Fi version)

  • Automatic E-mail reports with recorded data (Wi-Fi version)

  • Free Windows application for accessing the keylogger over TCP/IP (Wi-Fi version)

  • Supports WEP, WPA, and WPA-2 security schemes (Wi-Fi version)

Why use a hardware keylogger?

  • Reverse-engineering of data exchange protocols

  • Data logging from sensors: temperature, pressure, voltage etc.

  • Data recording from peripherals such as printers, terminals, keyboards, mice, card readers

  • Backups of sensitive data from devices like Points-of-Sale, barcode scanners, card readers

SerialGhost DB-9

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SerialGhost - Clever serial recording

SerialGhost - recording data

How does it work?

The SerialGhost is a compact asynchronous serial logger, capable of recording RS-232 data streams from devices like printers, terminals, keyboards, mice, barcode scanners etc. Simply connect the SerialGhost in-line on a serial bus, using the DB-9 connectors. If a USB port is available, you can power the device from USB. Otherwise, use the supplied cable and connect an external 5V power source (such as a smart-phone charger). The SerialGhost will immediately start logging all data available on the bus, both upstream and downstream (RX and TX). No software or drivers are required.

SerialGhost - USB Flash Drive mode To view the recorded data, the SerialGhost may be switched to Flash Drive mode. Use the supplied USB key to connect the device to a USB port. A removable Flash drive will pop-up, containing a file with logged data. Time-stamping may be enabled, in which case the log file will be interleaved with time and date-stamps. The Flash drive may also be used to configure the device, such as baudrate, parity bits, start/stop bits, etc.

The SerialGhost Wi-Fi also incorporates a built-in WLAN transceiver and TCP/IP stack, meaning it can connect to the Internet through a Wi-Fi Access Point. To do that, you must provide it some basic data, such as the Network ID and password (just like any WLAN device). Once connected to an Access Point, the logger will start sending E-mail reports with captured serial data to any recipient E-mail address you supply.

SerialGhost - E-mail reporting The SerialGhost Wi-Fi also features a TCP/IP interface, for on-demand access at any time. You can remotely download recorded data from the logger, using special software delivered with the device.

The control software can communicate with multiple serial loggers, allowing to create entire networks of wireless loggers. This solution is particularly recommended for monitoring networks of sensors or peripheral devices.
SerialGhost - multiple devices in network

Which version do I need?

If you just need to efficiently monitor a serial (RS-232) peripheral device, the standard SerialGhost is the proper choice (SerialGhost Module for embedded applications). If you need to monitor serial communications in real-time with an active PC link, take the SerialGhost Pro. If you want all these features, and additionally remotely access the device over Wi-Fi, choose the SerialGhost Wi-Fi.

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