The latest threat to your cybersecurity is ... pita bread? That's right. Researchers at Tel Aviv University in Israel have developed a way to steal computer passwords using a radio receiver and one piece of pita.
Some laptops give off electromagnetic radiation, and the researchers found they could pick up that radiation with a radio receiver and use it to find password information.
Laptops running encryption programs could be fooled into revealing passwords when sent encrypted passages of text. Laptops would then encrypt the data, and researchers used components from a radio to pick up the changes in the electromagnetic radiation as the laptop's CPU works.