The way you tilt your mobile while you're using it could allow hackers to steal your pin numbers and passwords, according to new research. Experts at Newcastle University have analysed the movement of a smartphone as the keyboard was used. They say they cracked four-digit pins with 70% accuracy on the first guess and 100% by the fifth guess.
The way people tilt their smartphone 'can give away passwords and pins' 
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The way people tilt their smartphone 'can give away passwords and pins' 
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The way you tilt your mobile while you're using it could allow hackers to steal your pin numbers and passwords, according to new research. Experts at Newcastle University have analysed the movement of a smartphone as the keyboard was used. They say they cracked four-digit pins with 70% accuracy on the first guess and 100% by the fifth guess.
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