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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.
USB keystroke recorder or logger      

The KeyCarbon PCI device records all typing on any keyboard. The card plugs into the PC motherboard.

Video demo

Specifications

Specifications for the KeyCarbon PCI series (KREC201, KREC202, KREC213).

Available Products

Product Product Code Capacity Encryption Date/time stamping
KeyCarbon PCI Home KREC201 16MB, approximately 4,000,000 keystrokes. None. No.
KeyCarbon PCI Corporate KREC202 32MB, approximately 8,000,000 keystrokes. 48-bit. Yes.
KeyCarbon PCI Forensic KREC213 128MB, approximately 32,000,000 keystrokes. 128-bit. Yes.

 

Overview

Data recorded. All typing on a standard PC.

Unit is 100% passive. The unit requires no drivers, is invisible to the operating system, and invisible to anti-virus or anti-spyware software running on the host PC.
How to use. Plug the unit in to a PCI slot on the computer motherboard, it starts to record typing immediately.
Records keystrokes from 6-pin PS/2 keyboards (round plug). Yes. PS/2 keystrokes are decoded directly from electrical signals on the PC motherboard.
Records keystrokes from 5-pin DIN keyboards (round plug). Yes. PS/2 keystrokes are decoded directly from electrical signals on the PC motherboard.
Records keystrokes from 4-pin USB keyboards (flat rectangular plug). Yes. Requires that the USB signal is routed into the card via a line in wire.
Memory capacity. Varies according to model; see section entitled "Available Products".

Recording keystrokes (how to record from your USB keyboard)

How the unit records keystrokes.

Plug the unit into the PCI slot on the motherboard, it immediately begins to record typing on the attached keyboard.

All keystrokes from the PS/2 style keyboards (6-pin mini-DIN) are recorded directly from phantom electrical signals on the computer motherboard.

All keystrokes from USB keyboads (flat USB plug) are recorded via a tap wire into the relevant USB port.


Retrieving keystrokes (how to view the keystroke log)

How to view the keystroke log. Plug a USB cable into the PCI card. A thumb drive style drive appears, allowing one to copy the files out of the PCI card. Alternatively, one can remove the SD memory card, and insert it into a 3rd party memory card reader.

Multiple languages

Support for over 102 languages and keyboard layouts, including Arabic, Hebrew, Spanish, French, etc. Multi language support via "KeyCarbon Windows™ Utility" (compatible with Windows 2000, XP, Vista).

Firmware Upgrades

How to upgrade the firmware in the device. The devices firmware can be upgraded, to add support for enhancements and/or new features. View the user manual.

Date/time stamping

Date/time stamping of recorded keystrokes? Varies according to model; see section entitled "Available Products".

User Manual

User Manual? View the user manual.

Brochure

One page summary brochure View the one page summary brochure.

Advanced

Support for encryption of generated files. Varies according to product - up to 128-bit encryption. See section entitled "Available Products".
Can record USB 1.1 or 2.0 low speed traffic (1.1Mbit/sec). Yes.
Can record USB 1.1 or 2.0 full speed traffic (12Mbit/sec). This is required for any keyboard with a built in USB hub, and 90% of standard Mac keyboards. Yes.
Location of USB recording electronics. Xilinx chip located on PCI card.
Location of PS/2 recording electronics. Xilinx chip located on PCI card.
Availablility. Now.
FCC certification. Yes; contact us for details.




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