KeySweeper: Covert Wireless Keyboard Logger

By NinjaSpy
Jan 12th


Meet the KeySweeper: a covert wireless keyboard logger that looks like an adapter but can sniff, log, and report keystrokes from a Microsoft Wireless Keyboard in the vicinity online via a GSM chip. The data can be stored on the device and sent to a second KeySweeper when in range. KeySweeper has the ability to send a SMS message when a certain keystrokes are typed (e.g. “bank”). The device does have a backup battery, so it would work covertly when unplugged.

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Samy Kamkar is behind this cool tool. Those of you who love Arduino are going to find this project interesting. The good news is Samy has shared a lot of useful information about this project on his site.

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