Smartphone: Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Input Recognition
Two researchers from the University of California Davis, Hao Chen and Lian Cai, have successfully divined the keystrokes on an Android on-screen keyboard by measuring the wiggles, jiggles, and vibrations picked up by the device’s accelerometer. This is significant because the data from accelerometers is not thought of as a potential attack vector, and is thus freely available to any application on any smartphone or tablet.
A wiggly approach to smartphone keylogging
Tagged as: privacy, security, smartphone, touchscreen | Author: Martin Leyrer
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