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The whole point of a mobile phone is convenience, so there's really no reason not to keep it right there by the keyboard.That is, there wasn't until a cadre of supervillains (ahem, "researchers") from Georgia Tech decided to create a program that turns your innocent-looking smartphone into a nosy little asshole that sits there spying on your every keystroke.This ploy is known in the security industry as "juice jacking," a term we're pretty sure they borrowed from the porn industry.Based on the same concept as ATM skimming, a criminal could set up a fake phone charging station (or tamper with an existing one) to immediately steal your data, or install a program on your phone to steal it later.

Of course, the algorithm for figuring out what you're typing based on tiny desk tremors is mind-bogglingly complicated, and the whole system is easily defeated by ...That's right: A convention full of actual hackers was easily taken in by this so-obvious-nobody-expected-it ruse.Fortunately, the kiosk was operated by Aries Security, and instead of actually snatching data from everybody's phones, the kiosk displayed an educational message reminding these security "experts" not to plug their phones into a random box at a hacker convention.Yep, in our technological age, even the intimate act of digging inside a stranger's pocket has become detached and impersonal for the sake of convenience.Now, before you ask: Yes, someone has already created this, and yes, you can totally download it for free if you know where to look.

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