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Sonic cyber attack shows security holes in ubiquitous sensors | University of Michigan News

lundi 20 mars 2017 à 09:52
The researchers performed several proof-of-concept demonstrations: They used a $5 speaker to inject thousands of fictitious steps into a Fitbit. They played a malicious music file from a smartphone's own speaker to control the phone's accelerometer trusted by an Android app to pilot a toy remote control car. They used a different malicious music file to cause a Samsung Galaxy S5's accelerometer to spell out the word "WALNUT" in a graph of its readings.