Is someone listening to your keyboard?

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Is someone listening to your keyboard?

Floppies are obsolete, CRT monitors are a dying breed and CPU cores are multiplying every year. Since the early days of modern computers, research companies have redesigned, reinvented and revolutionised every aspect of computers except one: the ever faithful keyboard.

As network-based attacks and software trojans are becoming more difficult to maneuver and deploy, malicious attackers are focusing on peripherals such as keyboards.Enterprise resources such as access to secured networks, confidential files, database records and business servers are the primary ...

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