In today's online world what we do not know can hurt us. This can also be true when others use our computer, since places visited and actions performed could impact the machine. This is where a key logger is so cool, since it captures all keyboard input and stores it on a medium that is not directly tied to the hard drive itself. Even if the computer were to crash, you still have the data.
The loggers have changed a lot since they were first introduced, but now we have a small unit that can store over 2 million characters, or roughly a year of computer use. This includes typed emails, chats, web page URLs, all of it. This device requires no driver to be installed, and a quick switch moves it from key logger to usb drive in order to easily retrieve needed information. You can find out more information by clicking here.
This is great for a lot of applications, but the device should be treated with respect in that it not fall into the wrong hands. Imagine, a whole year of keyboard input for easy perusal. Raw keystrokes, before the spell checker fixed it… Then again, maybe it isn't such a problem.
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