KeyLlama Air USB is the new truly tiny, WiFi only keylogging solution. With body dimensions 10mm x 10mm x 15mm (0.4" x 0.4" x 0.6") it's the smallest USB hardware keylogger ever available on the market.
KeyLlama Air USB records everything typed on a USB keyboard and allows you to read the logs from across the room - or around the world! Absolutely no software is required.
- Choice of WiFi Access Point or WiFi client modes
- Automatically e-mailed logs
- FTP backups
- Works great with wired and wireless USB keyboards and work with all versions of Windows and Linux
- No software or drivers needed
- National keyboard layout support for all major languages
- Capable of recording ALL keys
- View logs and configure keylogger as a live webpage
- Time & Date stamping direct from network time servers (NTP)
- Continuous memory (data download by WiFi only, no USB download feature).
KeyLlama Air USB - state of the art design is the smallest USB hardware keylogger ever. Physical access to the keylogger is no longer needed to retrieve the logged data. Simply connect to it over Wi-Fi to download the log file or configure the device remotely to automatically receive e-mail reports or automatically backup the data to a remote FTP server.
Please Note: Unlike traditional hardware keyloggers, this model does not support USB flash mode for local, USB data download. Please look to our KeyLlama Micro WiFi model to get USB download features and still keep all the WiFi advantages.
KeyLlama Air USB devices act as a Wi-Fi hotspot or Wi-Fi client. You can directly connect to them with any Wi-Fi device like smartphone, tablet or laptop. The device will serve the data log as a webpage and provide download and configuration options. This extremely small USB hardware keylogger is completely transparent for computer operation, no software or drivers are required. It's very stealthy and does not pop-up as a system device.
KeyLlama Air USB hardware keylogger supports over 40 national keyboard layouts, including the selection of most popular languages and keyboard layouts used throughout the world. Yes, it logs NumPad numbers + all other special keys if needed (you can enable or disable special keys logging).