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ATTN! iPhone used to steal your ATM PIN and more! [Technology]
posted September 1 2014 6:37.23 by Giorgos Lazaridis




There is a new iPhone gadget which one can buy from any apple store and can be used to steal the PIN code from ATM cards, entry security systems and generally whenever a pin is entered via keyboard. The idea behind is that whenever a button is pressed, the finger leaves a temperature trace behind which is detectable in the IR spectrum. This new IR camera gadget can detect these changes and one can see which keys were pressed and in which order.

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[Link: Mark Rober]
 
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