Keyboard Video Mouse


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Keyboard Video Mouse

(hardware)
(KVM) Used to describe a "KVM switch" that allows one keyboard, one video display and one mouse to be switched between two or more computers.
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The gang used a keyboard video mouse to hack into bank computers and transferred PS1,252,490 to accounts set up to launder the cash.
Darius Bolder, 34, and Tony Colston-Hayter, 47, are alleged to have set up a sophisticated system to siphon off cash from accounts after gaining access to a Barclays branch computer in Swiss Cottage, London, in April using a planted keyboard video mouse.
It is believed that one of the plotters posed as an engineer, and then planted a "keyboard video mouse'' that allowed thieves to access accounts.
It is alleged one of the plotters posed as an engineer in an attempt to fit a computer in a London branch of Santander with a "keyboard video mouse" device that allowed them to transmit its desktop contents.
The KVM - keyboard video mouse box - gave the cyber crooks control of the computer and remote access into the bank's vast accounts.
One of the plotters posed as an engineer to fit a computer in a branch of Santander with a "Keyboard video mouse" device that allowed them to transmit its desKtop contents.