Hackers Could Steal Personal Info By “Listening” To Your Keyboard, Alarming Study Finds

Hackers Could Steal Personal Info By “Listening” To Your Keyboard, Alarming Study Finds By John Anderer As if you needed another cybersecurity issue to worry about, a team of researchers at Southern Methodist University have discovered that it is quite possible for hackers to use your smartphone’s sensor to intercept the sound of your keyboard typing. After picking up these sound waves, a skilled hacker could potentially analyze and decipher which keys were struck and piece together the words being typed. Even in a loud and crowded room filled with…

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Hacked Highways? Connected Cars Could Gridlock Entire Cities, Study Warns

Hacked Highways? Connected Cars Could Gridlock Entire Cities, Study Warns By John Anderer Cybersecurity has quickly become a priority for large corporations, businesses, and individuals alike in recent years. It seems like another major data breach is being reported every other week, and personal online accounts are often compromised by malicious actors. Now, a new study out of the Georgia Institute of Technology has found that hackers may soon be able to cause major traffic problems in the real world by hacking and stranding internet-connected cars. The study’s authors theorize that…

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