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Keystroke Recorders for Desktops ("KeyCarbon PCI")

Product upgrade notice: This product has been entirely replaced by the 2nd generation solution, a combination of the "KeyCarbon Raptor" ("KLAP601") and the "Mini-PCI to PCI adaptor card" ("KPCIAD24"). These pages are provided for customer support only. If you want to purchase a keystroke logger for a desktop, order the KLAP601 + KPCIAD24 from the ordering page. For more information, contact customer support.
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The KeyCarbon PCI device records all typing on any keyboard. The card plugs into the PC motherboard.

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Windows Utility Software

This page contains Windows utility software for the KeyCarbon PCI series (KREC201, KREC202, KREC213).

  • Download the keystroke log from the KeyCarbon Raptor via the USB port.
  • The "KeyCarbon Windows Utility" can be used to view the keystroke log file created by the device.
  • The log can be viewed in over 120 languages, including Hebrew, Arabic, Spanish, French, etc.

Step 1: Download The Windows™ Utility


Official release. Release date 2007-Aug-24 (Added Vista compatibility)
Filename: "KeyCarbon Raptor Utility v3.1.0.exe".
Operating System (OS) requirement: Windows 2000/XP/Vista.

Step 2: Install the KeyCarbon Windows™ Toolkit

Click "Next" on the wizard, until the software is installed under Windows.

Step 3: Execute the KeyCarbon Windows™ Toolkit

Select "Start > All Programs > KeyCarbon Windows Toolkit > KeyCarbon Windows Utility".

Step 4: Open the keystroke log

Select "File..Open", then select the ".bkl" file or ".klr" file that is generated by the device.

Step 5: View In Alternate Language

You can view the log in a variety of languages and keyboard layouts. Over 120 languages are supported by the download utility.

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