Whatever you do, don't buy the MantisTek GK2 ($30), because it has a keylogger built in that sends data to a server in "the cloud," i.e. a computer you neither own nor control. It's hosted by retailer Alibaba, but operated by parties unknown.
The first way to stop the keyboard from sending your key presses to the Alibaba server is to ensure the MantisTek Cloud Driver software isn’t running in the background.
The second method to stop the data collection is to block the CMS.exe executable in your firewall. You could do this by adding a new firewall rule for the MantisTek Cloud Driver in the “Windows Defender Firewall With Advanced Security.”
If you want a one-click method, you can also download the free GlassWire netwo
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