A recent study revealed that hackers could steal your data by simply monitoring the brightness of your computer screen.
There are a number of ways to collect data from computers, without the need to connect to the network or without the need for some hackers in front of your computer. Such examples have been reported through of speakers, through of the fan, through the led of your hard drive, and a bunch of imaginative scenarios.
Such clever hacking is also through the brightness of the screen. Researchers have found a way to steal data from computers remotely, without network connection or other devices, using screen brightness LCD.
This approach lies in the subtle changes in the RGB color values of the screen LCD, which, however, can be detected by a device that has a camera. They could, in theory, hackers to trick you into downloading malware to your system and then using nearby security cameras to read this information.
If you have already got up and are looking out the window for cameras aiming at you, calm down. According to research, hackers In addition to violating your computer, they should also violate a camera that has direct visual contact with your screen.
As a script it obviously does not suit ordinary users, but it could very well be applied to highly secure computers whose data has enough weight. As for state or industrial espionage. If you are an entrepreneur and your competition is very big and intensely aggressive, then seriously consider removing the cameras that look at your computer screens.
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