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Author: Lindsey O'Donnell
March 15, 2019 10:46 am



An unpatched high-severity vulnerability allows keystroke injections in Fujitsu wireless keyboards.

A popular Fujitsu wireless keyboard is vulnerable to keystroke injection attacks that could allow an adversary to take control of a victim’s system.

Researchers with Germany-based SySS reported on Friday that the high-severity vulnerability allows an attacker to send wireless keystrokes from 150 feet away, to a computer system running a Fujitsu Wireless Keyboard Set LX901.

Researcher Matthias Deeg with SySS said that “exploiting the keystroke injection vulnerability also enables attacks against computer systems with an active screen lock. For example, to install malware when the target system is currently unused and unattended.”

Full Article Here:https://threatpost.com/unpatched-fujitsu-wireless-keyboard-bug-allows-keystroke-injection/142847/