How Soviets used IBM Selectric keyloggers to spy on US diplomats | Ars Technica


Highly sophisticated bugs went undetected for 8 years during the Cold War.

Source: How Soviets used IBM Selectric keyloggers to spy on US diplomats | Ars Technica

Just a neat article that reminds us that information security and what we have come to call cyber threat has been a matter of doctrine much longer. Nation State and now criminal proliferation is mostly due to a revolution in connectivity and a lack of care for access control.  A technical perfect storm!  The motivation isn’t so new!  Enjoy!

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