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Watch our computer get 'Mousejacked'Security firm Bastille claims non-Bluetooth wireless keyboards and mice are vulnerable to an attack that lets hackers type on your computer. Called Mousejack, see how they took control of a CNET PC.
[MUSIC] If you have a wireless mouse, I can attach and impersonate a wireless keyboard and arbitrarily send it whatever commands right to your computer. [MUSIC] In the case of Logitech users, there is a software update for the dongle. In the case of Microsoft Amazon, Dell, HP and Gigabyte users they may need to purchase new devices and they can switch to wired devices or they could switch to bluetooth devices. [MUSIC]