Shoulder-surfing meaning

Looking over someone's shoulder to obtain passwords, PINs and other security codes being entered. Often performed with binoculars, ATMs and other data entry terminals may make it more difficult by requiring a 90 degree viewing angle to read the screen or moving the digit keys around on touchscreens. See social engineering.
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The use of direct observation, such as looking over someone's shoulder at an ATM, in order to obtain information.
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A technique in surfing requiring less skill, riding the wave lower down than its critical point.
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