Voice Recognition

Pierluigi Paganini February 22, 2015
Samsung smartTVs don’t encrypt voice and text data

Samsung smartTV send unencrypted voice recognition data and text information across the Internet without encrypt it, allowing hackers to capture them. A few days ago I was one of the first to publish the news about the Samsung privacy policy that reports smartTV are sending user voice data to third parties. “Samsung SmartTV transmits data […]

Pierluigi Paganini February 08, 2015
Samsung SmartTV models transmit voice, and more, to a third-party service

Samsung SmartTV transmits data to a third party, be aware that if your spoken words include personal or other sensitive information. We have discussed several times about the privacy and security issues related to the Internet of Things devices, Smart meters and Smart TV are intelligent devices that could be exploited by hackers to collect our sensitive […]

Pierluigi Paganini April 10, 2014
New Google Chrome bug allows eavesdropping on conversation

Security Blogger Guya discovered a new Google Chrome eavesdropping bug that allows websites to listen to user private conversations. A second security eavesdropping flaw has been found in Google Chrome browser, a security blogger named Guya has made the alarming discovery. The security blogger discovered that an attacker exploiting the vulnerability in Google Chrome could transform the […]

Pierluigi Paganini January 24, 2014
Google Chrome bug allows sites to listen users private conversations

Web developers Tal Ater discovered a Google Chrome Bug that allows websites to listen to user private conversations. Google still hasn’t patched it! Google Chrome is one of the most diffused browsers, it has an excellent reputation in terms of security, usability and performance but it is wrong to consider it as perfect. As any […]