Hacking: Using A Nearby Smartphone To Intercept The Sound Of Your Typing

- Computer Issues, Video Gaming - Posted: 7th Oct, 2019 - 1:34pm

Text RPG Play Text RPG ?
 

Posts: 2 - Views: 287
Post Date: 16th Aug, 2019 - 1:34pm / Post ID: #

NOTE: News [?]

Hacking: Using A Nearby Smartphone To Intercept The Sound Of Your Typing

Attackers could be listening to what you type. You likely know to avoid suspicious emails to keep hackers from gleaning personal information from your computer. But a new study suggests that it's possible to access your information in a much subtler way: by using a nearby smart phone to intercept the sound of your typing. Source 6l.

Sponsored Links:
7th Oct, 2019 - 1:34pm / Post ID: #

Typing Your Sound Intercept Smartphone Nearby Using Hacking

This sounds totally ridiculous.
The keypad clicks the smart phone is producing is the same for each of the keys. During the typing, the hacking is not retrieving any detailed information. They can get out of the clicks probably the number of letters in a word, number of words in a sentence.
They cannot depict which letter was typed by the sound of the clicks.



Sponsored Links:


Comment Add Comment As A Guest
Important Guest, please be considerate by using the appropriate tags as well as checking your grammar before submitting or it will be deleted. See: Constructive Posting Policy.

# Characters:
0
# Words:
0
# Sentences:
0
# Paragraphs:
0
Reading Time:
0
Optional:
Search

Tip TIP: Press above button ONCE only. If you come back here via the [Back] button on your browser then you will need to click [More Options] button (below) first in order to re-enable your ability to Post.

 
> TOPIC: Hacking: Using A Nearby Smartphone To Intercept The Sound Of Your Typing
 



International Discussions Coded by: BGID®
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Copyright © 1999-2021
Disclaimer Privacy Report Errors Credits
This site uses Cookies to dispense or record information with regards to your visit. By continuing to use this site you agree to the terms outlined in our Cookies used here: Privacy / Disclaimer,