keyboard.jpgHere’s the Merc story today about how a UC Berkeley computer science student figured out how to make audio recordings of keyboard strokes that deciphered which words were being typed.

She used a cheap microphone plugged into a laptop running generic speech recognition software. “It’s possible that intelligence agencies are using this method,” said her professor, “and it’s possible that some bad guys already have this.”

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