Emitting WiFi signals from a RAM chip
Catalin Cimpanu, reporting for ZDNet:
Academics from an Israeli university have published new research today detailing a technique to convert a RAM card into an impromptu wireless emitter and transmit sensitive data from non-networked air-gapped computers that [have] no WiFi card.
It's fairly low-bandwidth (upto 100 bytes/second), but amazing nonetheless and actually spans several meters.
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