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Posts Tagged ‘keylogger’

Hackers can pick up keystrokes in power supplies

Tuesday, July 14th, 2009

Researchers have claimed that cyber criminals can monitor your keyboard strokes simply by measuring the amount of power that leaks from your computer’s power supply. (more…)

Sears backs down over “spyware” controversy

Friday, June 5th, 2009

One of the USA’s biggest retailers has agreed to settle charges brought by federal authorities that it installed a form of spyware on customer computers. (more…)

Researchers unlock Torpig botnet

Tuesday, May 5th, 2009

Security researchers claim that they have uncovered crucial information on the workings of one of the world’s biggest botnets after hijacking as much as 70GB of data in just 10 days. (more…)

Who’s watching your key strokes?

Tuesday, March 10th, 2009

Two men were last week convicted for trying to steal £229m from the London branch of a Japanese bank in an elaborate, high-tech scheme that would have been Britain’s biggest bank heist, putting the issue of keylogging devices under the spotlight. (more…)