Intel Tells Remote Keyboard Users to Delete App After Critical Bug Found | Threatpost | The first stop for security news
Intel said Tuesday it was putting the kibosh on a popular Android and iOS app called Intel Remote Keyboard after researchers discovered that local attackers can inject keystrokes into a remote keyboard session when in use.
The Intel Remote Keyboard product is an Android and iOS app that works in conjunction with Intel’s mini-PC platform called Next Unit of Computing (NUC) and with the chipmaker’s Compute Stick. NUCs are similar in size and function to Raspberry Pi systems. Compute Sticks are about the size of a large flash drive and are single-board computers used both in classrooms, kiosks and in some network computer environments.