Top Sites Expose Visitors to Breaches by Tracking Keystrokes


Hundreds of the world’s top sites are recording users’ keystrokes in real-time and sending them to third-party servers, exposing potentially sensitive data to the risk of theft, according to new research. Princeton researchers Steven Englehardt, Gunes Acar and Arvind Narayanan investigated the widespread use of session replay scripts used by website owners to record keystrokes, mouse movements and scrolling behavior, along with the entire content of visited pages.

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