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A third-party keyboard application for Android that had over 50 million installs was found to collect user data and send it to a remote server, Pentest Limited researchers reveal. Dubbed “Flash Keyboard” and developed by DotC United, the application was the 11th most popular app in Google Play at the time the researchers began their […]

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Researchers at IoT security company Bastille claim to have found a way to hack computers via a vulnerability present in many wireless mouse and keyboard dongles. Wireless mice and keyboards communicate with computers over Bluetooth, radio frequency (RF) and infrared via a USB dongle plugged into the device. Over the past years, researchers demonstrated that […]

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In the month since Apple’s release of iOS 5, a handful of features and workarounds have been found hidden beneath the mobile operating system’s surface. A few days ago, another feature was added to that list – an autocorrect keyboard bar. According to 9to5Mac, the “Android-like” feature allows users to pick from a series of […]

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