What is a Keylogger?
A keylogger is a device or software used to record keyboard strokes. Malicious actors may attempt to use keyloggers to record a target's username and password in order to gain unauthorized access to their accounts.
If a physical keylogger is being used by a criminal, they will have to place the keylogger in a computer's USB port, wait for a victim to type in their credentials, then when the victim user leaves, the criminal can retrieve the keylogger device and then see the victim's username and password.
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