This is a do it yourself wireless hardware keylogger project, consisting of a logging unit with a 2.4GHz transmitter, and a USB-based receiver. The project includes the schematics, PCB design, firmware, software and lots of additional files and data. A wireless keylogger is a perfect solution for monitoring user activity, at very low risk of disclosure, is a purely electronic device, so no access to the operating system is required.
The Wireless Keylogger consists of two main building blocks: the transmitter, and the receiver. The actual keylogging takes place in the transmitter, which is in fact a PS/2 hardware keylogger, with a built-in 2.4 GHz wireless module. Captured keystroke data is transmitted through the radio-link in real-time, rather than getting stored. The receiver on the other hand, is a wireless acquisition unit with a USB interface. All keystroke data received from the transmitter is sent to the host computer via USB. From the software side, this data is available through a virtual COM port, allowing any terminal client to be used for visualizing keystroke data.
If you decide to create your own Wireless Keylogger, you should have some basic experience with electronics and soldering, ideally with SMT (Surface Mounted Technology). The easiest option includes ordering a kit with components from us, and doing the soldering, cabling, and final assembly on your own. This involves having a temperature-controlled soldering iron and quite good soldering skills.
If you decide to design and produce the PCBs yourself, you should have significant experience in this field and proper equipment.
For more details about this project, please visit the Keelog’s website page: http://www.keelog.com/wireless_keylogger.html