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No change in size ,  16:40, 14 July 2011
#[ Bluetooth on? I thought so.] - [Larry] - Remember that WiFi hack years ago that exploited a bug in wireless drivers, who would receive packets without being associated to a network to get exploits. Yeah, you didn't even need to be connected to a network, just have your adapter on. Now the same thing for Bluetooth on Vista and Win7 products. No interaction from the user. No pairing needed. To agree with a quite form Marcus Carey, I think we'll see more of this given the availability of better bluetooth auditing hardware/tools such as Ubertooth.
#[ Technology enabling shoulder surfing] - [Larry] So, do you come full circle when you use technology to enable shoulder surfing of new technology? Ising a video (camera, stream, file), this app analyses not the asterisks of hidden passwords of touch screen devices, but the touchscreen keyboard color change for keypresses. If you know where the keys are, you can just analyze the color that changes for keypress confirmation. Of course you can turn that feedback off, but who does that?
#[ ...and the Daemon os is coming true…true] - [Larry] - Just for fun.
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