Re: Can someone just remove my hard disk and copy the contents?

John Hyde wrote:

> Well, I don't see why it matters whether the keylogger is hardware or
> software. What matters is where the logged info is stored pending
> retrieval.

As you guessed, with a hardware device it's typically stored in the device
itself. The operating system, hard drive, and essentially anything at all
that has to do with the "target" is purposefully isolated from any direct
activity because that would be contrary the reasons for using a separate
piece of hardware in the first place.


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