Researcher finds keylogger on HP laptops

Nicholas Fearn
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Laptops exposed through Synaptics Touchpad driver

Tech giant HP has had a tough few months in terms of security, and is having to patch its laptops for a second time this year. According to The Register, a security researcher claims to have fou...

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