Hardware Keylogger User Guide - KeyGrabber Nano Wi-Fi

KeyGrabber Nano Wi-Fi
User’s Guide
KeyGrabber Nano Wi-Fi
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Table of contents
Table of contents.............................................................................................................. 2
Getting started ................................................................................................................. 2
Introduction ...................................................................................................................... 3
About the product ......................................................................................................... 3
Features....................................................................................................................... 3
Requirements ............................................................................................................... 3
Applications .................................................................................................................. 4
Quick Start....................................................................................................................... 5
Recording keystrokes ..................................................................................................... 10
Viewing recorded data .................................................................................................... 11
Remote access .............................................................................................................. 14
Checklist .................................................................................................................... 14
Configuration .............................................................................................................. 14
E-mail reporting .......................................................................................................... 16
On-demand access ..................................................................................................... 17
Configuration files .......................................................................................................... 20
CONFIG.TXT.............................................................................................................. 21
WIFI.TXT.................................................................................................................... 22
National keyboard layouts ............................................................................................... 24
Specifications................................................................................................................. 25
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................. 26
List of special keys ......................................................................................................... 28
Legal disclaimer ............................................................................................................. 29
Getting started
Already familiar with KeyGrabber keyloggers?
 Make your keylogger go on-line in 4 simple steps: section Quick Start
New to KeyGrabber hardware keyloggers?
 Learn about keystroke recording first: section Recording keystrokes
 Then learn to retrieve the recorded data: section Viewing recorded data
 Finally, get the most out of your Wi-Fi keylogger by configuring WLAN
communications: section Remote access
Questions or problems?
 Go through the Troubleshooting section.
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Introduction
About the product
The KeyGrabber Nano Wi-Fi is an advanced hardware keylogger with a built-in Wireless LAN
communications module. It features a huge 16 MB internal flash disk organized as a file
system. All text data typed on the connected keyboard will be captured and stored on the
internal Flash Drive in a special file. Text data may be later retrieved in two ways: the classical
way through Flash Drive mode, or remotely through Wireless LAN. The Wireless LAN
functionality allows receiving logged data as E-mail reports, and on-demand via the local
TCP/IP network. The KeyGrabber Nano Wi-Fi is 100% transparent for computer operation
and no drivers are required.
Features

Background connection to the Internet over a local Access Point

Automatic E-mail reports with recorded keyboard data

On-demand access at any time through TCP/IP

Support for WEP, WPA, and WPA-2 encryption

16 Megabytes of internal memory

Flash Drive mode for quick access over USB

Memory protected with strong 128-bit encryption

Quick and easy national keyboard layout support
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Ultra compact and discrete, only 1 inch (2.6 cm) long
Requirements

Compatible keyboard: USB HID-compliant keyboard (Low-Speed, Full-Speed, or HighSpeed)
Computer with standard USB 1.1 or 2.0 port

Operating system with USB Mass-Storage device support

Wi-Fi compliant Access Point coverage (WPA-2, WPA, WEP64/128, or open network)

Optionally MS Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 (only for running KL Tools)
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Applications
Employers:

Monitor acceptable internet usage

Monitor employee productivity

Detect unauthorized access attempts

Backup typed text

Collect computer usage statistics
Parents:

Monitor your family's computer activity

Protect your child from on-line hazards and predators

Observe WWW, E-mail, and chat usage

Save a copy of written documents
Investigators:

Monitor remote computers

Retrieve unknown passwords, operating system independent

Collect computer-related evidence

Detect unauthorized use of computer equipment
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Quick Start
This section assumes you are already familiar with basic hardware keylogger handling, such
as recording and retrieving data. It is particularly important to be familiar with Flash Drive
mode, as this mode will be used to configure the WLAN functionality. If not, please refer to
sections Recording keystrokes, Viewing recorded data, and Remote access first.
Before you start, make sure you have the following data about the Wi-Fi network the
keylogger will operate in:


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WLAN Access Point ID (SSID)
WLAN encryption type (WPA-2, WPA, WEP64/128, or open network)
WLAN encryption password
Make sure you also have an E-mail address the wireless keylogger can send reports to.
Step 1. Open a text editor (such as Notepad) and create a file named WIFI.TXT. This file will
later be used to configure the keylogger. Use the following template:
WiFiNetwork=MyNetwork
WiFiPassword=MyPassword
WiFiEncryption=WPA2
Recipient=john@smith.com
Replace MyNetwork with the Access Point ID (SSID). Replace MyPassword with the WLAN
password. Provide the encryption type using one of the following strings: WPA2, WPA,
WEP64, WEP128, or None. Provide the E-mail address you would like to receive reports to
after the Recipient string. Make sure you provide all strings in a case-sensitive manner.
Finally, save the configuration file as WIFI.TXT.
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Step 2. Connect the keylogger and enable Flash Drive mode.
a) for devices supplied with an external USB cable (revision A):
Take the supplied USB cable and connect it to the mini-port on the keyloggers side. Make
sure the red mark on the cable faces the keyloggers USB port. Then, connect the USB
cable to a free USB port. Finally, connect the keylogger to a second USB port. Do not
connect the keyboard. After a few seconds, the hardware keylogger will automatically get
detected as a mass storage device, and pop up as a removable drive.
b) for devices supplied without external USB cable (revision B):
Plug the keylogger in-between the keyboard and USB port, and press the 3-key combination
simultaneously (by default K, B, S). After a few seconds, the hardware keylogger will
automatically get detected as a mass storage device, and pop up as a removable drive.
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Step 3. Copy the configuration file WIFI.TXT to the keyloggers Flash Drive.
Then, safely remove the device, and disconnect it from the USB port. Disconnect the USB
cable as well.
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Step 4. Connect the keylogger and the keyboard to start recording keystroke data.
Plug the USB keylogger in-between the keyboard and USB port. Do not use the supplied
USB cable (it is for configuration purposes only).
On power-up, the keylogger will automatically connect to the Access Point defined in
WIFI.TXT, and send an E-mail report to the specified recipient address every hour. Besides
logged keystroke data, the report will contain Access Point information and IP configuration.
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Step 5. If E-mail reporting is not enough, you can take full control over the keylogger from any
computer in your Local Area Network. Install the supplied application KL Tools, add the
keylogger to the list by its IP number, and explore the available features.
Using KL Tools you can communicate with multiple Wi-Fi hardware keyloggers, allowing
creating entire networks of wireless keyloggers. This solution is particularly recommended for
monitoring several computers in a household, or controlling employee productivity in
companies.
To read more on KL Tools, jump to section Remote access.
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Recording keystrokes
Recording mode is the default mode of operation for the KeyGrabber Nano Wi-Fi keylogger.
In record mode, the device will silently monitor all keystrokes coming from the keyboard and
store them on the internal Flash Drive in file LOG.TXT.
Installation of the keylogger in record mode is quick and easy, no software or drivers are
required. Simply plug it in between the keyboard plug and keyboard port. Recording will start
automatically on power-up.
Plug the USB keylogger in-between the keyboard and USB port. Do not use the supplied
USB cable.
Note: If an external hub is being used, connect the keylogger between the hub and the USB
keyboard.
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Viewing recorded data
Once keystroke data has been recorded, it may be accessed directly or remotely through
WLAN. This section covers only direct access, for remote operation refer to section Remote
access.
The primary method for viewing recorded data is Flash Drive mode. The keylogger will act as
a mass-storage device and pop up as a removable drive. Follow the instructions below.
a) for devices supplied with an external USB cable (revision A):
Take the supplied USB cable and connect it to the mini-port on the keyloggers side.
Make sure the red mark on the cable faces the keyloggers USB port.
Then, connect the USB cable to a free USB port on the computer.
Finally, connect the keylogger to a second USB port. Do not connect the keyboard.
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b) for devices supplied without external USB cable (revision B):
Plug the keylogger in-between the keyboard and USB port, and press the 3-key combination
simultaneously (by default K, B, S). After a few seconds, the hardware keylogger will
automatically get detected as a mass storage device, and pop up as a removable drive.
In both cases (revision A or revision B), the hardware keylogger will automatically get
detected as a mass storage device. The operating system will use the standard built-in mass
storage driver (MS Windows 7 in the following examples).
Note: During the first switch to Flash Drive mode, the operating system can ask for drivers. In
such case choose automatic driver installation (usually default option).
The Flash Drive will contain the file LOG.TXT with a text log of all captured data. Keystroke
data is formatted in the same as it would appear on the screen, with special keys in brackets
([Ent], [Esc], [Del] etc.). This file can be viewed and searched with any text editor, such as
Notepad or MS Word.
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Switching back to record mode can be achieved by a safe software removal of the flash disk.
Use the systems standard disk removal procedure. For MS Windows, left-click on the Safe
Removal icon in the system tray and select the appropriate drive. Disconnect the supplied
USB cable, and reconnect the keyboard.
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Remote access
This section guides through enabling E-mail reporting and TCP/IP access for the KeyGrabber
Nano Wi-Fi keylogger.
Checklist
Before you start, make sure you have the following data about the Wi-Fi network the
keylogger will operate in:



WLAN Access Point ID (SSID)
WLAN encryption type (WPA-2, WPA, WEP64/128, or open network)
WLAN encryption password
Make sure you also have an E-mail address the wireless keylogger can send reports to.
Finally, to make the configuration process as simple as possible, install the supplied
application KL Tools. The installation process is straightforward, just follow the wizard and
answer a few standard questions.
Configuration
The KeyGrabber Nano Wi-Fi can be configured and operated entirely from the KL Tools.
Launch the application, select the device model, and choose to configure your device. The
application will display a keystroke logging configuration dialog. If changing the default
password, memorize or note the new values, otherwise access to the internal memory will not
be possible. If unsure about a certain configuration option, leave the default value.
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Keystroke logging configuration
Finally, a Wi-Fi configuration dialog will be shown. Enter
the data allowing the keylogger to connect to the WLAN
Access Point:
 WLAN Access Point ID (SSID)
 WLAN encryption type
 WLAN encryption password
Remember, that these strings are case-sensitive.
If the WLAN Access Point does not allow Auto-IP
configuration through DHCP, provide a static IP address,
network mask, gateway address, and DNS information.
To receive E-mail reports containing keystroke data,
supply your E-mail address. You may adjust the reporting
interval and report size.
When finished, make sure the device is connected as in
record mode. KL Tools will automatically create
configuration files (CONFIG.TXT and WIFI.TXT), prompt
for enabling Flash Drive mode, and copy the files to the
keyloggers Flash Drive.
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E-mail reporting
The KeyGrabber Nano Wi-Fi will send E-mail reports to the specified recipient address, by
default every hour. Besides logged keystroke data, the report will contain Access Point
information and IP configuration.
The report size and interval may be set by configuring the keylogger through the file
WIFI.TXT. Use KL Tools to do this, or view section Configuration files.
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On-demand access
The KeyGrabber Nano Wi-Fi offers on-demand access via TCP/IP from any computer
connected to the network. This feature is usually limited to the Local Area Network, unless
your local network segment is visible globally. To access the keylogger remotely, launch KL
Tools, select the proper device version, and navigate through the wizard to remote access.
The Wi-Fi Control Center will be shown.
A remote device needs to be added first. This can be done by clicking the Add Device icon,
and supplying the IP address, name (optional), and device password. The password must
match the local 3-key combination defined in the devices CONFIG.TXT (K, B, S by default).
The IP address of the remote device can be obtained in a few ways:
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
from an E-mail report (see section E-mail reporting)
from the device configuration (if using static IP)
from the Access Point configuration (if using Auto-IP)
If the IP address is unknown, the Search Local Network option can be used. This feature will
send a broadcast signal to all devices in the Local Area Network, to which remote keyloggers
should respond. Make sure that no firewall blocks UDP communication, otherwise the
procedure will fail.
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Once a remote device is added, the log may be retrieved using the Download Log option.
If interested in other parts of the remote log file than the most recent 50 kB, use the Download
Log Chunk option. This will display a dialog, allowing downloading any part of the remote log
file.
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KL Tools offers a wide variety of options, available at a single mouse-click:
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E-mail and WWW search
Encoding and layout conversion
Document searching
Document exporting
Communication with remote device
Multiple device handling
Using KL Tools you can communicate with multiple Wi-Fi hardware keyloggers, allowing
creating entire networks of wireless keyloggers. This solution is particularly recommended for
monitoring several computers in a household, or controlling employee productivity in
companies.
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Configuration files
The KeyGrabber Nano Wi-Fi is configured via three text files placed on the internal Flash
Drive:
 CONFIG.TXT
(configures key-logging parameters)
 WIFI.TXT
(configures Wi-Fi functionality)
These files should contain configuration parameters, placed in successive lines in the
following format:
Parameter1=Value
Parameter2=Value
Parameter3=Value
…
Example of WIFI.TXT
WiFNetwork=MyNetwork
WiFiPassword=MyPassword
WiFiEncryption=WPA2
Recipient=john@smith.com
These configuration files must be placed in the device internal memory using Flash Drive
mode.
Device configuration can be performed by KL Tools, or manually by the user. KL Tools
performs the same operation as would be done manually, that is creates the configuration
files, requests switching to Flash Drive mode, and copies the files to the flash disk.
Creating configuration files manually may be necessary on systems not supported by KL
Tools, such as Mac OS or Linux.
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CONFIG.TXT
The file CONFIG.TXT is responsible for configuring keystroke-logging parameters.
Basic parameter list
Parameter
Password
LogSpecialKeys
DisableLogging
DisableLayout
Values
3-character password
(default KBS)
None
Medium (default)
Full
Yes
No (default)
Yes
No (default)
Menu
Example
Description
Password=SVL
Three-character password for remote
access over WLAN.
LogSpecialKeys=Full
Special key logging level.
DisableLogging=Yes
Keystroke logging disable flag.
DisableLayout=Yes
National layout disable flag (see
section National keyboard layouts).
Advanced parameter list (use only when you know what you’re doing!)
Parameter
Values
Example
Description
Encryption
Yes
No (default)
Encryption=No
Flash drive encryption setting
(caution: changing this value will reformat the flash drive).
SupportReportProtocol
=No
Report protocol support flag.
CheckShortFrame=No
Short frame fast filter option.
CheckModifierByte=No
Modifier byte check flag.
FrameFilter=226
Frame filter value.
KeyboardSpeed=Auto
USB keyboard speed setting.
CheckOverflow=Yes
Overflow check flag.
SupportReportProtocol
CheckShortFrame
CheckModifierByte
FrameFilter
KeyboardSpeed
CheckOverflow
Yes
No (default)
No
Low (default)
Medium
High
Yes (default)
No
Filter value
(range 0…255,
default 98)
Auto (default)
Full
Low
Mixed
Yes
No (default)
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WIFI.TXT
The file WIFI.TXT is responsible for configuring Wireless LAN and TCP/IP functionality. The
following tables summarize the available parameters.
Basic parameter list
Parameter
Values
Example
Description
WiFiNetwork
SSID string (no
default)
WiFiNetwork=MyWiFi
Access Point ID (SSID), casesensitive. If omitted, Wi-Fi
functionality will be disabled.
WiFiEncryption
None (default)
WEP64
WEP128
WPA
WPA2
WiFiEncryption=WPA2
Access Point encryption type. If
omitted, Wi-Fi functionality will
be disabled.
WiFiPassword
Password string
(no default)
WiFiPassword=MyPass
IpAddress
NetMask
Gateway
DnsServer
DnsServer2
IP address string
(no default)
Network mask
string (no default)
Gateway address
string (no default)
First DNS address
string (no default)
Second DNS
address string (no
default)
IpAddress=192.168.0.100
NetMask=255.255.255.0
Gateway=192.168.0.1
DnsServer= 216.231.41.2
DnsServer2= 206.124.64.1
Recipient
E-mail recipient
string (no default)
Recipient=john@server.com
ReportInterval
Interval value (min.
600 sec. or 3600
sec., default 3600
sec.)
ReportInterval=7200
ReportSize
DisableWiFi
Size value (max.
102400 bytes,
default 10240
bytes)
Yes
No (default)
Access Point password, case
sensitive. If open network, skip
this parameter.
Static IP address of device. Skip
this parameter if using Auto-IP.
Network mask of device. Skip
this parameter if using Auto-IP.
Default gateway. Skip this
parameter if using Auto-IP.
First DNS. Skip this parameter if
using Auto-IP.
Second DNS. Skip this
parameter if using Auto-IP.
Recipient E-mail address for Email reporting. If omitted,
reporting will be disabled.
Interval for E-mail reporting in
seconds. Minimum interval is
600 seconds (10 minutes) for
custom SMTP server, and 3600
seconds (1 hour) for default
server.
ReportSize=20000
E-mail report size in bytes.
DisableWiFi=Yes
Wi-Fi disable flag.
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Advanced parameter list (use only when you know what you’re doing!)
Parameter
WiFiStandard
DisableTcp
TcpPort
DisableUdp
UdpPort
DisableSmtp
CustomSmtp
SmtpServer
SmtpUser
SmtpPassword
SmtpSender
SmtpPort
Values
US (default)
Canada
Europe
Spain
France
Japan
Yes
No (default)
Port value
(0…65535, default
25999)
Yes
No (default)
Port value
(0…65535, default
25998)
Yes
No (default)
Yes
No (default)
Server string (no
default)
User string (no
default)
Password string
(no default)
Sender string (no
default)
Port value
(0…65535, default
25)
Example
Description
WiFiStandard=Europe
Standard for Wi-Fi operation.
Select the region that fits best.
DisableTcp=Yes
TCP disable flag. Disables ondemand access through TCP/IP.
TcpPort=12345
TCP communication port. Must
match setting in KL Tools.
DisableUdp=Yes
UDP disable flag. Disables
answering to broadcasted
network searches.
UdpPort=23456
UDP communication port. Must
match setting in KL Tools.
DisableSmtp=No
CustomSmtp=Yes
SmtpServer=smtp.mail.com
SmtpUser=John
SmtpPassword=MyPass
SmtpSender=John Smith
SmtpPort=25
SMTP disable flag. Disables Email reporting.
Custom SMTP flag. Enables user
defined SMTP server.
Custom SMTP server. Defines
user SMTP server address.
Custom SMTP user. Defines user
SMTP user name.
Custom SMTP password. Defines
user SMTP password.
Custom SMTP server. Defines
user SMTP sender string.
Custom SMTP communication
port.
Sample Wi-Fi configuration files:
No encryption, Auto-IP
WPA-2 encryption, static IP
WiFiNetwork=MyWiFi
WiFiNetwork=MyNetwork
WiFiPassword=MyPassword
WiFiEncryption=WPA2
Recipient=john@server.com
IpAddress=192.168.0.100
NetMask=255.255.255.0
Gateway=192.168.0.1
DnsServer= 216.231.41.2
DnsServer2= 206.124.64.1
Recipient=john@smith.com
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National keyboard layouts
It is possible to enable a national layout for language-adapted keyboards, such as French,
German etc. This will allow national characters to get logged properly (including those with Alt
Gr), such as ö, æ, ß, ó etc. The following example demonstrates the advantages of applying
the German national layout.
Text logged without layout
Text logged with layout
Kezlogger )PS-2 / USB=
KeyLogger (PS/2 & USB)
To enable a national layout, the appropriate layout file named LAYOUT.USB must be placed
on the flash disks root folder. The file must be copied in Flash Drive mode. Layout files may
be obtained from the CD-ROM attached with the device.
To enable the layout safely remove the flash disk. During the next power-up, the layout file
will be loaded automatically.
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Specifications
Power supply
4.5 V – 5.5 V DC (drawn from the USB port)
Max. power consumption
300 mA (1.5 W)
Maximum burst log speed
(approx.)
500 byte/s
Maximum continuous log
speed (approx.)
100 byte/s
Memory capacity
16 MB
Data retention
100 years
Keyboard support
USB HID-compatible keyboard (Low-speed, Full-speed,
High-speed)
Access Point support
Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ devices
WLAN encryption support
WPA-2, WPA, WEP64, WEP128
WLAN range
150 m (165 yards) in open terrain, approx. 50 m (55 yards)
through one concrete wall
Dimensions including
connectors
(L x W x H)
35 mm x 20 mm x 12 mm
(1.4" x 0.8" x 0.5")
All KeyGrabber products come with 1 year warranty against manufacturer defects. Defect
products must be shipped by the customer. All warranty repairs and delivery to the customer
will be paid by the manufacturer.
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Troubleshooting
The KeyGrabber Nano Wi-Fi will not work with the following hardware configurations:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Internal laptop keyboards
Bluetooth keyboards
USB-PS/2 and PS/2-USB adapters
Non-conformant USB keyboards
Non Wi-Fi-conformant Access Points (Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™)
The keyboard is not responding
The keyboard connector or the keylogger connector is not inserted firmly. Please check the
connection with the USB keyboard and port.
I’m not receiving E-mail reports
Please check the following:
1. Have you configured Wi-Fi access by using KL Tools or creating WIFI.TXT manually?
2. Have you provided a valid recipient E-mail address? Are you checking the recipient
mailbox?
3. Is the Access Point ID (SSID) set correctly? Remember, that it is case-sensitive.
4. Have you configured the encryption type and password correctly (case-sensitive)?
5. Is the remote device within WLAN range? Is the signal strong enough? Please verify
this by using a second WLAN device located in the same position.
6. Does the Access Point configuration allow Auto-IP? If not, please provide a static IP
configuration.
I cannot retrieve the log using KL Tools
Please check the following:
1. Have you added the remote device to the device list in KL Tools by providing its IP
address?
2. Has the remote device established a connection to the Access Point? Check if you are
receiving E-mail reports.
3. Have you performed a communication test? Right-click on the device in KL Tools and
select Test Communication.
4. Have you performed a network search? Run a network search from KL Tools.
5. Is a firewall blocking communication? Check if the TCP and UDP ports (default 25999
and 25998) are available for communication.
6. Have you provided the correct 3-key combination? The remote device configuration
must match the data entered in KL Tools (default values are KBS or KBD).
7. Is the remote device located in the same LAN segment as the host computer? If not,
TCP/IP communication will not work.
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Problems with logging national characters
Please check if you have downloaded the correct layout file and copied it to the flash disk root
directory? If not, please check the National keyboard layouts section.
The keylogger does not switch to Flash Drive mode
Please check the following:
1. Is the keylogger connected to a USB port on the PC or hub?
2. Have you connected the supplied USB cable to a second USB port?
3. Have you connected the supplied USB cable to the keylogger?
4. Do the red markings match on the USB cable pins and keylogger holes? The USB
cable will not work if the pins are misconnected.
Can I run KL Tools on Mac OS or Linux?
KL Tools is currently only available for MS Windows. For configuring the device under Mac
OS or Linux, the configuration files CONFIG.TXT and WIFI.TXT must be created manually,
using a text editor.
I’ve checked everything, nothing helps!
If you are still experiencing problems, please do the following:
1. Check if the problem appears on a different keyboard.
2. Check if the problem appears on a different computer.
3. Contact the dealer you have purchased the device from. Please supply all necessary
information (keyboard model and manufacturer, OS type and version, and a short
description of the problem).
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List of special keys
[Esc]
[F1]
[F2]
[F3]
[F4]
[F5]
[F6]
[F7]
[F8]
[F9]
[F10]
[F11]
[F12]
[Ctl]
[Alt]
[Ins]
[Hom]
[PUp]
[PDn]
[Del]
[Win]
[Aps]
[Cap]
[Ent]
[Bck]
[Tab]
-
Escape
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
F9
F10
F11
F12
Control
Alt
Insert
Home
Page Up
Page Down
Delete
Win
Apps
Caps Lock
Enter
Backspace
Tab
[Prn]
[End]
[Scr]
[Up]
[Dwn]
[Lft]
[Rgh]
[Num]
[-N]
[+N]
[.N]
[/N]
[*N]
[0N]
[1N]
[2N]
[3N]
[4N]
[5N]
[6N]
[7N]
[8N]
[9N]
[Pwr]
[Slp]
[Wke]
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-
Print Screen
End
Scroll Lock
Up
Down
Left
Right
Num Lock
- (num)
+ (num)
. / Delete (num)
/ (num)
* (num)
0 / Insert (num)
1 / End (num)
2 / Down (num)
3 / Page Down (num)
4 / Left(num)
5 (num)
6 / Right (num)
7 / Home (num)
8 / Up (num)
9 / Page Up (num)
Power
Sleep
Wake
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KeyGrabber Nano Wi-Fi
Legal disclaimer
KeyGrabber does not take responsibility for any damage, harm or legal actions caused by
misuse of its products. The user should follow the guidelines contained in this document,
otherwise no liability will be assumed. It is the user's responsibility to obey all effective laws in
his/her country, which may prohibit usage of KeyGrabber products. Please also consider, that
not knowing the law does not allow to not obeying it. A good example is the U.S. Department
of Justice Letter on Keystroke Monitoring and Login Banners, according to which a clear
notice should be displayed, warning that user keystrokes may be logged. Please check with
your legal representative for logging requirements in your country.
For more information on KeyGrabber products,
visit our website:
http://www.keelog.com/
You should not use this device to intercept
data you are not authorized to possess,
especially passwords, banking data,
confidential correspondence etc. Most
countries recognize this as a crime. Please
consult a legal representative for logging
requirements in your country.
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Poland
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Elk Grove Village, IL. 60007
U.S.A
http://www.keelog.com/
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