Great post by Babylon Mediaworks about hackers’ clever tactics in cafes — and, it turns out, one of the ways is by leaving thumb drives behind that are loaded with malicious software! (The idea is to tempt curious users who see an opportunity to snag a free drive.)
If you use a practice device in a cafe — not something we necessarily recommend 🙂 — the post offers some valuable tips for keeping your computer safe, including never sticking an unknown thumb drive into your computer, and being wary of open hotspots that aren’t affiliated with the cafe. Read all the tips here.
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