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Keystroke sounds can betray passwords

Researchers from several UK universities have proven that the recorded sounds of laptop keystrokes can be used to obtain sensitive user data such as passwords with a high …

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Researchers were able to detect what is typed using just a smartphone

You likely know to avoid suspicious emails to keep hackers from gleaning personal information from your computer. But a new study from SMU (Southern Methodist University) …

New user keystroke impersonation attack uses AI to evade detection

A sophisticated attack, called Malboard, in which a compromised USB keyboard automatically generates and sends malicious keystrokes that mimic the attacked user’s …

Low-cost wireless keyboards open to keystroke sniffing and injection attacks

Bastille Networks researcher Marc Newlin has discovered a set of security vulnerabilities in low-cost wireless keyboards that could be exploited to collect all passwords, …

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