BitForensics Announces Release of KeyCarbon PCI

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BitForensics today announced the official release of the world’s first hardware keylogger in a PCI card. The “KeyCarbon PCI” card records all typing on a computers keyboard, fits inside the case of a desktop computer, and stores up to 32,000,000 keystrokes or 10 years of typing.

Anaheim, CA BitForensics today announced the official release of the world’s first hardware keylogger in a PCI card. The “KeyCarbon PCI” card records all typing on a computers keyboard, fits inside the case of a desktop computer, and stores up to 32,000,000 keystrokes or 10 years of typing.

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Eliminating fraud is just one of the benefits of the KeyCarbon PCI card. The card is also used as a data backup against theft or system failure.

In addition the card is used to create an audit trail in banks, stock trading floors, accountancy firms and corporations. The card is used as an investigative tool by government agencies worldwide.

The card can be installed in minutes by service personnel and requires no drivers. As the card is completely invisible to the Operating System (OS) it does not slow the computer down or drain system resources.

As the card is located inside the case of the desktop computer, plugged into the computer motherboard, it can be locked against tampering by a third party.

The card is compatible with all operating systems that run on a Pentium compatible CPU including Windows, Linux, DOS, BeOS, and OS/2. The card requires nothing but a spare PCI slot on the computer motherboard.

The card records typing from all keyboards including older PS/2 keyboards and modern USB keyboards.

The recorded typing is encrypted at a hardware level and can be presented as evidence in a court of law.

About BitForensics

BitForensics is the worldwide leader in hardware devices to create audit trails on a computer. Additional information about BitForensics is available at http://www.keycarbon.com/.

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