Although many research papers about touchlogging attacks, which are leveraging wearable devices as a side-channel to log keys being typed on a smartphone, exist, there is no concise summary of those attacks, their advantages & limitations, and different scenarios and evaluation setups make comparisons difficult or unfair. Therefore, one has to sort through countless articles and papers to see if an approach has already been evaluated in a specific scenario or can not fairly compare two good performing approaches because the evaluation setup differs drastically between the two.

This thesis provides a framework combining five of the most common approaches for touchlogging attacks in four different typing scenarios and eight ways the user is wearing the wearable device. With this framework and its evaluation, a concise overview and quick, fair comparisons between the most common approaches to touchlogging are presented.