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Keyboard buffer


A location in memory where keystrokes from the keyboard are stored until the computer is able to process them.
A keyboard buffer may also refer to a software program or hardware device capable of capturing each keystroke as it is entered into the computer. These devices are commonly used to keep a log of data entered into a computer or to spy or steal data as it is entered into the computer.


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