Today people do a lot of various tasks on the computer and unfortunately there are people who try and get your passwords and usernames in every possible way they can. Keyloggers are a big issue these days as they log the keys you push and send the data to the owner of the script. To combat this there’s now a antikeylogger on the market to use for prevention. Eksitdata is most likely one of the very few resellers at this point and longtime sponsors of Rbmods. Today we are taking a look at the antikeylogger that they claim to work very well to protect your data.
Read more on their website, http://www.eksitdata.com/_uk/index.asp
• Embedded 8bit MCU and H/W Encrypt
• USB 2.0, USB HID 1.1 Interface
• Embedded RAM 256 Bytes
• Embedded Flash 8KB
• Internal 12 MHz Oscillator
• 3/5V I/O with Pull-up Resistor
• Operating Temperature : 0~70°C
• Operating Voltage : 4.5~5.5V
• Package: SOIC-16 pin
*Bundled with software driver CD
This little unit comes packed in this plastic cover, the back has information about the device and how it functions. One thing that I noticed is that usually you need a knife to open these type of packages but this time it had a small snap function so you can open it and seal it as you wish.
Inside the small package you will find the antikeylogger, small slip from Eksitdata, cd with software, and a small installation slip.
The antikeylogger is a small device with two USB connectors hooked together with a cable. You hook this up between the keyboard and the motherboards USB port.
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