According to some News, hacker can track your Phone pin by using Motion Trackers, and passwords just by analysing the way you tilt a phone in your hand.
According to the researchers, the method which utilizes hardware-tracking sensors on a device including the accelerometer and gyroscope, recognizes how you tilt your phone while entering a PIN. It has a success rate of 70% in its first attempt, and after 5 tries, the success rate extends to 100%.
That’s because while websites and apps usually require permission for accessing sensitive information and sensors on a phone (like GPS, camera and microphone), the data pertaining to motion sensors is not considered private enough to require permission at all.
In total the researchers identified as many as 25 sensors that can relay information to outsiders without much of a problem.
Using the information on motion sensors, a hacker can track the user and analyze their whereabouts, recognize PINs & passwords and track touch actions. Particularly in the case of websites, it is fairly easy to insert a malicious code and gain access to the user’s sensitive info while the tabs are still open.
The feasibility for hackers utilizing this method is low given the number of systems required to bypass and the amount of data needed before they can accurately figure out a password (you’ll need to enter the password at least 5 times). As it stands, the possibilities once that happens are quite limitless.by Pro