Christchurch, Canterbury (PRWEB) December 20, 2005
DesignREM today announced the release of the worlds first device that records USB full speed keystrokes.
The keylogger device has 512KB of non-volatile flash memory, and looks like a USB extension cable.
Measuring just 60x18x18mm, the USB keylogger has two internal CPU's totalling 90MIPS of processing power. 90MIPS of processing power is more processing power than an iPod Nano contains.
Records keystrokes from all USB keyboards on both PC and Mac. Works on any operating system including Windows, Linux and Mac OS.
"Journalists and writers have shown a particularly strong interest - the ability to record the last 3 years of typing in secure flash memory is proving to be an invaluable backup tool." says Shane Tolmie, managing director of DesignREM.
"I can't tell you how many articles I have lost over the years when Windows flakes out," says Shane McGlaun, Computer Peripherals editor of http://www.about.com.
The founding director of DesignREM was also responsible for the invention of the worlds first PS/2 keylogger in 1999. This PS/2 keylogger device was later annexed in 2003 and sold separately by the current competitor, KeyGhost.
The KeyPhantom USB is entirely firmware upgradable via a Windows utility, allowing future expansion for recording generic USB traffic from devices such as bar code, thumb print, or magnetic stripe readers.
Animated product demo at http://www.keyphantom.com/demo (25 seconds long).