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StealthBot Computer Spy – undetectable, slimy covert data logger


The StealthBot Computer Spy is a nasty one. Plug this USB key into any computer and within 5 seconds it will insert a set of ‘nano’ routines which covertly capture key strokes, screen shots and a web browsing history. You can unplug the device after installation and it will continue to grab the data (up to 10,000 screen grabs at regular intervals onto the 1 GB memory) and it’s apparently totally undetectable by anti-malware products. Retrieve the data later on by reinserting the USB key. $159.95. [Thanks Ryan]

 The Stealthbot Computer Spy is a computer reader that is designed to covertly record all computer activity including keystrokes, screenshots, and websites visited. The Stealthbot Computer Spy’s advanced computer monitoring surveillance software is undetectable by most modern anti-spyware applications. The extremely compact design of the Stealthbot Computer Spy makes covert transportation a walk in the park. Whether you’re a private investigator or a suspicious spouse the Stealthbot Computer Spy’s extra small size is perfect for all your computer monitoring needs.

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


  • Not terribly impressive:
    – Required physical access to the machine to RETRIEVE the information.
    – Does not work on "any laptop" (Linux and OS X, for example), just Windows.

  • Is there something similar that does NOT require physical access to retrieve info?

  • Is there something similar that does NOT require physical access to retrieve info?

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