If you’re using an HP Inc wireless keyboard/mouse combo and the cursor starts behaving badly, someone might be pranking you. That’s because the wireless mouse in the ERK-321A bundle is unencrypted: anyone can sniff its signals, learn its protocol and commands, and inject their own signal in a spoofing attack. German pentesters Syss reported the bug to HP Inc in March, got no response, and went public yesterday.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: The Register