Spies Like Us: Spy Gear for Your Inner Secret Agent

These cool (and possibly useful) gadgets would dazzle James Bond!

By Daniel Ionescu, PC World |  Personal Tech, gadgets, slideshow


When spies (and paranoid spouses) want to find out a person's password, they turn to keyloggers. The PS2 Keylogger (upper left, $71) works with older keyboards, while the KeyKatch USB keylogger (right, $130) connects between the keyboard cable and a USB port on newer computers. Ultimate Keylogger software (lower left, starting at $26) can monitor not only keystrokes, but also applications and visited Websites.

Images: MegaSpy, Eyetek

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