keylogger

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key·log·ger

 (kē′lô′gər, -lŏg′ər)
n.
A software program or hardware device that records or transmits a user's keystrokes, and in some cases periodic screen shots, and is usually installed without the user's knowledge.

keylogger

A program or piece of hardware that records every keystroke made on a computer keyboard.
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1) More recently, researchers have used keystroke logging and eye-tracking to great effect with regard to the analysis of real-time cognitive processes.
Amac Keylogger for Mac is an invisible keylogger for Mac OS X, offering everything you expect for keystroke logging on Mac while it also delivery other practical features such as password logging, website tracking, instant message recording, screenshot capturing and so on.
Although the initial delivery mechanism remains unknown, Kaspersky researchers believe the Kimsuky malware is most likely delivered via spear-phishing e-mails and has the ability to perform the following espionage functions: keystroke logging, directory listing collection, remote control access and HWP document theft (related to the South Korean word processing application from the Hancom Office bundle, extensively used by the local government).
Once he hacked into the point-of-sale systems, prosecutors said, Oprea installed keystroke logging software to record credit card payment data and imported that information to computer ''dump sites'' he set up in the U.
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Trustwave also said hackers could easily install keystroke logging software, which records every button pressed, onto computers.
In most instances, the crooks used sophisticated keystroke logging Trojan horse programs to steal login credentials from company employees authorized to initiate funds transfers on behalf of the business, the FBI noted.
EncryptStick enables users to securely store and manage their online passwords on the USB flash drive in order to get direct access to password protected sites, such as email and online banking without the fear of keystroke logging or other hacking techniques commonly used to steal credit card and social security numbers.
It enables users to store and manage their online passwords on the USB flash drive in order to get direct access to password protected sites without the fear of keystroke logging or other hacking techniques.
Hackers aside for a moment, Eltima Software offers an over-the-counter, totally legal keystroke logging software package called Power Keylogger.
A password manager is included, and you can use passwords with one-click access that bypasses keystroke logging spyware and other attempts to steal your logins.