HACKING INTO AN ISOLATED COMPUTER USING FM RADIO SIGNALS

4 Nov

AirHopper is a special type of keylogger because it uses radio frequencies to transmit data from a computer, all by exploiting the computer’s monitor display, in order to evade air-gap security measures.

“This is the first time that a mobile phone is considered in an attack model as the intended receiver of maliciously crafted radio signals emitted from the screen of the isolated computer,” according to a release by Ben Gurion University. – more @HackInsight

Makaseh Identity does away with userid’s and passwords and does more to authenticate a general user from a trusted site or guest.  

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