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How Soviets ­sed IBM Selectric Keyloggers to Spy on ­S Diplomats


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IBM Selectric II typewriter

Credit: Etan J. Tal

A National Security Agency memo that recently resurfaced a few years after it was first published contains a detailed analysis of what very possibly was the world's first keylogger—a 1970s bug that Soviet spies implanted in US diplomats' IBM Selectric typewriters to monitor classified letters and memos.

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