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Hundreds of HP computer models carry a deactivated keylogger

In November, a computer programmer spotted some strange code while trying to control a backlit keyboard on a Hewlett-Packard laptop. It was a keylogger — which if turned on by a hacker is capable of monitoring every keystroke you type and save this activity to a file. It’s a common hacking technique used to steal passwords, as Google recently noted in its year-long study on computer security.  SEE ALSO: Florida man hacked Uber in 2016…

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Hundreds of HP computer models carry a deactivated keylogger

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