Posted on July 3rd, 2009 in Computer spy software, Miscellaneous | Comments Off
Just as I was saying in my previous post at some point, the key logging applications have received a rather grey label after the great virus/ anti-virus explosion from the mid 90s. You can say that keyloggers can be considered quite menacing cyber weapons, sure, but I have insisted that this case appears when behind the keylogger there is a bad intended person. It is also normal for a good anti-virus to classify keyloggers as malware because these applications launch system calls in order to catch the keystrokes, but I am sure positive and constructive purposes can be enumerated.
So I was pleasantly surprised to find out in what simple and efficient manner the people from Lenovo have redesign their notebooksâ€™ keyboards using the information provided by key monitoring.
The model in question is the new T400s ThinkPad. Any notebook â€œregularâ€ would notice from the first glance that the Delete and Escape keys are way oversized, at least doubled in size compared to the other utility keys. Letâ€™s see how they came with such a design idea: