Hackers could sniff out your passwords if you're typing nearby
At first glance, a new hacking technique looks pretty scary. Using an attack that researchers at cybersecurity firm Bastille are calling "keysniffer," hackers can detect every key you press on your wireless keyboard.That means they can pick up your passwords and maybe the answers to your security questions, like your mother's maiden name. The flaw...
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