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Don’t Let Your Wireless Mouse or Keyboard Get Hacked

You may be familiar with how hacking works and how people can gain access to your computer across the Internet. It may seem weird to believe that hackers can crack into wireless mice and keyboard adapters and use them for their own purposes. Unfortunately, it’s not as strange as you may think! Exploiting a security flaw in some adapters, hackers can now control or monitor the inputs a user makes into a computer from within a 100 meter radius.
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