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EarSpy eavesdrop attack on Android

Updated on 2022-12-29: EarSpy attack

Academics from several US universities have developed a new attack called EarSpy that can eavesdrop on Android conversations and other audio using the devices’ built-in motion sensors, such as the accelerometer. Read more: EarSpy: Spying Caller Speech and Identity through Tiny Vibrations of Smartphone Ear Speakers

Overview

Academic researchers from five American universities discovered a new attack method called EarSpy that can be used to eavesdrop on Android phones via motion sensors. Read more:

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