Keylogger using AVR

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Hey all, its been a while since i have posted on this forum (except my trading post thread) But i was curious about a little project i had been thinking about recently. An AVR keylogger which logs the keystrokes of a standard ps2 keybard. i was thinking of using an avr that would access an sd card in order to store each and every keystroke. perhaps this little board here http://futurlec.com/Mini_SC.shtml

has anyone done a project similar to this or can give me any advice on where to find some relative material/tutorials?
Regards,

Dan.

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i have seen several post in those topic lately
a search would help
i hope this tutorial would help
https://www.avrfreaks.net/index.p...
8) :lol:
keep learning

change without any change is no change ;-)

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I did a keylogger with a PIC16F628 and a serial EEPROM a few years back. Although it is not AVR, I did it in PicBasic so as a tutorial project, so the source code is really easy to understand.

Here is an archived post including the source code of the HKL...

http://lucidscience.com/forum/to...

Brad

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I built this one a few years ago with an atmel 89C2051 and an eeprom.

everything is here:
http://www.keelog.com/diy.html

I suppose the code can be re-written for avr.
I bought the same SD board from futurlec. You can't beat the price! (US $6.90).