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From: InfoSec News (isn_at_c4i.org)
Date: Mon Nov 11 2002 - 03:47:57 CST
Forwarded from: "Michael J. Reeves, AA, ASc" <michaeljreevesNoSPAM.attbi.com>
The assumption is that the keyboard is at fault.
Since it is transmitting a radio signal, what is the
possibility that something in the transmitter's/recipient's room is
receiving and conducting the signal???
Isn't there a "tv antenna AMPLIFIER" that plugs into the
wall-sockets and uses the internal wiring as an expanded
That would be TOO easy....
InfoSec News wrote:
> Jonathan Tisdall
> Aftenposten English Web Desk
> Friday 08 November 2002
> The Stavanger men who discovered that data input on a cordless
> keyboard also appeared on a neighbor's computer - supposedly far out
> of range in another building - have had their equipment replaced.
> Nothing has changed, and the manufacturer is worried.
> Per Arild Evjeberg and Per Erik Helle made headlines when they
> discovered that text Evjeberg was typing in was appearing in Helle's
> apartment, 150 meters and at least two walls away. Product manager
> Tore A. Särelind of Hewlett-Packard Norway is concerned and said the
> firm is taking the problem "deadly seriously", Stavanger Aftenblad
-- Michael J. Reeves, AA, ASc MJR Consulting Services Sacramento, California 95842 E-Mail: michaeljreevesNoSPAM.attbi.com (REMOVE "NoSPAM." to reply)
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