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This $35 computer packs a huge punch – Komando

Komando This $35 computer packs a huge punch Komando Plus, it has the usual microUSB, HDMI, microSD, USB and other connectors to hook into your homebrew projects or you can just hook up a TV, keyboard and mouse . The Raspberry Pi 3 costs $35 and is on sale in the U.S. now through suppliers like elemnt14 ... Raspberry Pi 3 rolls out with faster CPU, on-board Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth opensource.com all 220 news articles »

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Raspberry Pi 3 rolls out with faster CPU, on-board Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth – opensource.com

opensource.com Raspberry Pi 3 rolls out with faster CPU, on-board Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth opensource.com The Raspberry Pi 3 also has Bluetooth 4.1 and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), so you can connect a Bluetooth mouse and keyboard , or any other Bluetooth -enabled device. The addition of these wireless technologies means you don't need to buy extra USB  ... and more »

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Hackers could ‘mousejack’ your computer – 13WMAZ

WIRED Hackers could 'mousejack' your computer 13WMAZ If you can send out a wireless signal that pretends to be a wireless mouse , most wireless USB dongles will happily latch onto it -- no questions asked. Then ... "If you have a wireless mouse I can attach and impersonate a wireless keyboard and ... Flaws in Wireless Mice and Keyboards Let Hackers Type on Your PC WIRED Your Wireless Mouse Could Let Hackers Into Your Laptop Techlicious (blog) Your Wireless Mouse and Keyboard Can Be Hacked to Gain Control of Your PC Gizmodo KBZK Bozeman News all 86 news articles »

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Phoenix Community Calendar Feb. 28 – The Phoenix

Phoenix Community Calendar Feb. 28 The Phoenix 27, 1-3 p.m. Cost per class, payable at class time. Students should bring USB drive if they wish to save work (not all classes are hands-on). Basic knowledge of computers and ability to use keyboard and mouse required. Call or visit the Adult Events ...

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Hackers could ‘mousejack’ your computer – WTSP 10 News

WTSP 10 News Hackers could 'mousejack' your computer WTSP 10 News If you can send out a wireless signal that pretends to be a wireless mouse , most wireless USB dongles will happily latch onto it -- no questions asked. Then ... "If you have a wireless mouse I can attach and impersonate a wireless keyboard and ... Hackers could "mousejack" your computer KBZK Bozeman News Flaws in Wireless Mice and Keyboards Let Hackers Type on Your PC WIRED Your Wireless Mouse and Keyboard Can Be Hacked to Gain Control of Your PC Gizmodo WWMT-TV  - SFGate  - The Consumerist all 77 news articles »

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Your Wireless Mouse and Keyboard Can Be Hacked to Gain Control of Your PC – Gizmodo

Gizmodo Your Wireless Mouse and Keyboard Can Be Hacked to Gain Control of Your PC Gizmodo Security researchers from Bastille Networks have found that non-Bluetooth wireless keyboards manufactured by Logitech, Dell, and Lenovo don't encrypt communication between the input device and the dongle plugged into a computer's USB slot. Security firm discovers 'mousejack' hack WWMT-TV Certain wireless mice open computers to hijack, researchers warn SFGate Flaws in Wireless Mice and Keyboards Let Hackers Type on Your PC WIRED International Business Times UK  - The Consumerist  - Forbes all 54 news articles »

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Flaws in Wireless Mice and Keyboards Let Hackers Type on Your PC – WIRED

WIRED Flaws in Wireless Mice and Keyboards Let Hackers Type on Your PC WIRED That tiny dongle plugged into your USB port and paired with your wireless keyboard or mouse isn't as monogamous as it pretends to be. For millions of .... Or better, says Kamkar, you should switch to more fully tested Bluetooth mice and keyboards. Or ... Hackers could 'mousejack' your computer 13WMAZ Your Wireless Mouse and Keyboard Can Be Hacked to Gain Control of Your PC Gizmodo Your Wireless Mouse Could Let Hackers Into Your Laptop Techlicious (blog) SFGate all 94 news articles »

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‘MouseJack’ Attacks Hack Wireless Keyboards And Mice From 100 Meters – Forbes

Motherboard 'MouseJack' Attacks Hack Wireless Keyboards And Mice From 100 Meters Forbes Researchers have exploited a range of vulnerabilities in wireless keyboards and mice, taking control of them from up to 100 meters away. The researchers, from Internet of Things security start-up Bastille, focused on a range of dongle-linked devices ... How Criminals Could Hijack Wireless Mice to Hack Computers from Afar Motherboard all 15 news articles »

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