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Irongeek’s Teensy based SD keylogger

Posted on Thursday, November 3rd, 2011 in Arduino, code, how-to, surveillance, tutorials by the machinegeek


Adrian Crenshaw (“Irongeek”) has released the project details and code for his latest hardware keylogger. If you have a Teensy board and ever thought about experimenting with keyloggers you’ll find everything you need in Adrian’s project description. You simple connect the Teensy between a female PS/2 connector and an SD card adapter and grab the code and files from Irongeek’s site and you’re in business!

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One Response to “Irongeek’s Teensy based SD keylogger”

  1. stev oe says:

    How about teensy as DIY yubikey alternative? At least storing a single long complex passphrase salt as USB HID keyboard

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