Sending audio commands to smart speakers with frickin' laser beams

Luke [flabbyrabbit]
2 years ago | edited 2 years ago

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A vulnerability of MEMS microphones that allows attackers to remotely inject inaudible and invisible commands into voice assistants, such as Google assistant, Amazon Alexa, Facebook Portal, and Apple Siri using light.

Basically microphones react to light as well as sound waves (big woop) but a neat implementation.

Overview

Full paper: https://lightcommands.com/20191104-Light-Commands.pdf

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Pete Maynard [Osaka]
2 years ago

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This is interesting. I wonder what you could do with a PC running Windows with voice assisted interface.

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