keylogging


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keylogging

(ˈkiːˌlɒɡɪŋ)
n
(Computer Science) the practice of covertly recording and monitoring keystrokes made on a remote computer, typically using a dedicated software application or piece of implanted hardware
ˈkeyˌlogger n
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The technologies now being used for private stalking - GPS tracking, keylogging, microphone-hijacking and spy cameras - were often themselves developed and deployed by governments for espionage or public surveillance.
Pegasus is a full-featured espionage platform developed by Israel-based NSO Group; it performs keylogging, screenshot capture, live audio and video capture, remote control of the malware via SMS messaging, and data exfiltration from common applications including WhatsApp, Skype, Facebook, Twitter, and Viber.
6% susceptibility to Ursnif attacks, which deliver malware via Word docs and macros, to steal victim information, from banking and credit card credentials via man-in-the-browser attacks, keylogging, or screenshot capture.
Or it could mean that 'private area' is behind the GitHub login pages and some sort of compromise of GitHub must have occurred, most likely by credential stuffing or keylogging.
While some keyloggers are simply a piece of software that can be installed on a computer, Graves used a physical device, similar to a USB drive, that ran the keylogging software when plugged into a computer.
While virtual keyboards may be impervious to hardware keylogging (stealing an 'imprint' of a user's credentials as they type it on their keyboard), they are vulnerable to the even more insidious software keylogging.
He used NetWire, a remote access Trojan which allows full control over infected machines, and Hawkeye, a keylogging program.
Blogger Thorston Schroder reports due to poor implementation, they were turned "effectively into keylogging spyware".
The technological developments that followed such as keylogging, videotaped screen captures, and eye tracking made empirical approaches more rigorous as did triangulation and multi-method approaches.
Virtual keyboards for completing sensitive fields also seem to be a popular safety precaution, because as opposed to PC keyboards, they are trusted to be immune to keylogging.
This allowed Check Point researchers to follow one of the hackers, with the help of the hackers own keylogging software, which follows all of a computers operations.
bugging, keylogging, of parliamentarians in relation to their exercise of their mandate.