Google plans wi-fi service and keystrokes reveal passwords to researchers

Google may be planning to launch its own wireless Internet service. The company declines to comment yet some folks have come across information right on the Google website. The site refers to a product called Google Secure Access designed to “establish a more secure connection while using Google WiFi.”

In scary news… researchers have figured out how to eavesdrop on your computer by listening to the “clicks and clacks of the keyboard.” Scientists took those noises, processed them through a computer and we were able to translate them with up to 96% accuracy. So, your double-secret password may not be a double-secret to some! How James Bond of them!

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3 Responses to “Google plans wi-fi service and keystrokes reveal passwords to researchers”


  1. 1 LisaHCK September 22, 2005 at 11:44 pm

    The eavesdropping capability is scary.

  2. 2 haroldalexander4383 September 23, 2005 at 3:11 pm

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