Familiar with the hardware keylogger concept? Why not take this to the next level and log entire screenshots
instead of only keystrokes? That's precisely what this tiny hardware
video-logger does: silently records screenshots and stores them as JPEGs to an internal 8 GB flash disk. Simply connect the video-logger to the computers DVI, VGA, or HDMI
port, and it will automatically take a snapshot every keylogger. To
view the recorded images, simply switch the device to flash drive mode,
and it'll pop-up as a removable disk containing recorded JPEGs. This tiny patent-pending frame-grabber is the first of its kind available on the market!
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Compatible with all DVI, VGA, and HDMI devices
Supports resolutions up to Full-HD 1080p
(1920 x 1080) and WUXGA (1920 x 1200)
Works with computers and external laptop monitors
No power supply necessary (power is drawn from the USB port)
Built-in JPEG encoder
8 gigabytes of internal memory in all versions
Built-in timestamping module and battery with over 7 years lifetime guaranteed!
No software or drivers required, Windows, Linux, and Mac compatible
Ultra compact and discrete, looks like an mini-extension cable
Transparent to computer operation, undetectable for security scanners
Please contact us with enquiries regarding the VideoGhost. Thank you.
The world's smallest frame-grabber
How does it work?
The VideoGhost is an innovative tiny frame-grabber, hidden inside
a standard video cable. It may capture the video signal of a computer
or laptop. The built-in powerful FPGA chip and microprocessor enable it
to convert the captured video signal to a JPEG image, and store it to
the internal 8 gigabyte flash drive. The VideoGhost is a purely
electronic device, meaning it requires no software or drivers, and does
not interfere with the standard video transmission to the monitor or TV.
Getting the device running is very simple: just plug the video-logger in-between the video output socket and monitor or TV. Then connect the USB cable to a free USB socket (this is for powering the device only).
How do I view the recorded screenshots?
Retrieving screenshots is very similar to using a digital camera. Use
the personal USB key, delivered with the device, and connect it to a
computers USB port. The video-logger will pop-up as a removable drive,
containing captured screenshots as JPEG files. The files will contain
embedded time and date information.
Which version do I need?
This depends on the output video interface of the device you would like
to monitor. This may be DVI (white rectangular socket), VGA (old-style
15-pin blue socket), or rs232 data logger. Refer to the product selector if uncertain.