Audio Eavesdropping Exploit Might Make That Clicky Keyboard Less Cool | Hackaday
Undiscussed Horrific Abuse, One Victim of Many
gmkarl at gmail.com
Sat May 7 01:50:24 PDT 2022
On Sat, May 7, 2022, 4:28 AM jim bell <jdb10987 at yahoo.com> wrote:
To be clear, [Georgi Gerganov]’s “KeyTap3” exploit does not use any of the
usual RF-based methods we’ve seen for exfiltrating data from keyboards on
air-gapped machines. Rather, it uses just a standard microphone to capture
audio while typing, building a cluster map of the clicks with similar
Link me to these RF-based methods being publicly discussed, and I'll
consider this article to not be fake news.
Meanwhile audio reconstruction of keystrokes was published to this list
like a decade ago, maybe more. Jim what do you think of this?
The marketing AIs can guess what you're going to say, or infer what you did
from the behaviors of your friends. It's a little worse than microphones.
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