How does K2B3 work?
Hardware Keylogger K2B3 is a small external device, buit-in to the
The function of the device is to record any key pressed each time
thus creating in its internal memory copy of the text entered by
the keyboard. The text recorded in keylogger`s memory is entirely
readable, since the keylogger puts together all signs recorded in
its memory and forms sentences out of them. Another fact worth
mentioning is that the device is able to identify functional keys
pressed by the user.
Internal Memory of K2B3.
K2B3 device has its internal memory which is not dependent by any
means on the computer`s work. K2B3 can store specified number of
signs in the memory for any time long. The number of signs is
dependent on the size of memory used in the device.
Example memory size = the number of pressed keys
4 MB = 4 000 000 pressed keys = 24 month period of intensive typing
( when working eight hours per day) The device is available with
internal memory size: 2 MB- 4 MB
Reading out of data recorded in K2B3
Reading out of data is very simple, any text editor is sufficient
for that: e.g. system wordpad. After entering unique password Menu
with available list of options appears. Data might be reconstructed
on any computer it does not require this particular computer with
which the keyboard was used.