Inputlog - Definition from the Hotspot Shield Glossary
An Inputlog is a widely used form of keystroke logging process - This process allows researchers to identify a user’s writing process without intruding on their activities.
An Inputlog is a much more accurate and informative than a standard keystroke logger as it reports what keystrokes are performed by the user, together with a user’s mouse movements and any speech input. The modules available in an Inputlog include recording the data, processing the data, analyzing it, and replaying the data. An Inputlog is generally used for research purposes and is not considered to be malicious - There are several different types of input log available for free download and only require a registration to obtain.