Using Wifi With Hardware Keyloggers To Optimize Protection

Using Wifi With Hardware Keyloggers To Optimize Protection

Hardware keylogger requires no drivers or software. Attaching in between your Mac or PC and the keyboard, hardware keylogger works everywhere! Windows or MacOS, Linux or FreeBSD make no difference whatsoever. Old and new PCs, PS/2 and USB keyboards are supported.

How does Wifi Work With Hardware Keyloggers

Keyloggers are used to monitor computing activity by tracking keystrokes. There are keyloggers that hackers install on your PC without your knowledge for the purpose of stealing passwords and personal information. Then there are keyloggers which are used to track your child’s PC activities or those of an employee. The difference is the former is executed with malicious intent where the latter is used to keep your child safe or to ensure employees are using their time wisely.

The Ins and Outs of Wifi Capable Hardware Keyloggers

As a general rule, a keylogger is actually software which is installed on your PC and keeps track of everything you type by logging your keystrokes. A WiFi keylogger is a standalone device which does not utilize drivers or software. Instead, a WiFi keylogger contains its own Central Processing Unit and memory so it does not draw on computing resources when you install it on a PC.

A WiFi keylogger is a small device that plugs into your PC in between the USB keyboard and USB port. There is no software or drivers to install and everything you type on the keyboard is recorded and stored on the internal flash disk.

How a WiFi Keylogger Works

Once you plug the tiny device into a PC it is undetectable and works independently from the PC’s operating system which makes it easy on system resources. The typical device has a large memory and wireless connectivity to allow you to maintain it as well as receive logs of keystrokes via your email account.

A WiFi keylogger works with WEP, WPA, and WPA2 encryption to prevent the information from being intercepted by hackers over a WiFi connection. When information is transmitted over a WiFi connection it is very easy for hackers that monitor the network to intercept information packets and view the contents. When the information packets are encrypted the only way they can be viewed is via a decryption key.

WiFi keyloggers not only keep track of all keystrokes, the device is also capable of recording chats as well as forum and blog posts. WiFi keyloggers can also monitor email messages and record copied of documents which are typed.

If you have an entire network of computers it is possible to deploy control software which is capable of communicating with more than one WiFi keylogger. This type of setup can be used in the workplace or at home where you may have multiple PCs in one household. If you use a WiFi keylogger in the workplace environment it is also important to familiarize yourself with the laws as in some areas this type of device is illegal.

How to Receive WiFi Keylogger Logs

A WiFi keylogger can be configured to send the recorded information to you via email over specific periods of time. In other words, you can define when you want to receive the logs or you can opt to access the log in its entirety via the TCP/IP protocol connection.

You can define the configurations by logging in with your password and then designating the email address where you would like to view the log results. The WiFi keylogging device also runs on an internal battery which has an extended life.

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