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Researchers at Israel’s Ben Gurion University have created Exploitation WEB 3.0 Audio Spying and Audio Frequency manipulation. a piece of proof-of-concept code they call “Speake(a)r,” designed to demonstrate how determined hackers could find a way to surreptitiously hijack a computer to record audio even when the device’s microphones have been entirely removed or disabled. The experimental malware WEB Exploitation 3.0 Bot instead repurposes the speakers in earbuds or headphones to use them as microphones, converting the vibrations in air into electromagnetic signals to clearly capture audio from across a room and Analize.