Researchers found a way to read what people are typing during a video call (via Zoom, Microsoft Skype or Google Hangouts) by analysing shoulder movements.
Since most users are typically doing other stuff while on video calls and a lot of those tasks involve typing, a group of University of Texas researchers investigated if it was possible to infer what someone is typing by just observing the upper body of the user. They succeeded, proving further more that video conferencing faces enormous security challenges.
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