10 Jan 2022

Cyber criminals are mailing out USB drives that install ransomware

According to the FBI, a cybercrime group has been attempting to compromise devices via thumb drives. The malicious group has been mailing out USB thumb drives, hoping that recipients will fall for the trick and plug them into their devices, effectively installing ransomware on their networks. The drives reportedly contain

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12 Aug 2019

Warning As Macs Remotely Hacked By Malicious iPhone Cable On Sale For $200

A security researcher has begun selling malicious iPhone Lightning cables that can provide attackers with remote access to Apple computers. The cables, which cost $200 each, look and function just like original Apple USB cables, except that they contain a wireless implant that can be remotely accessed by an attacker

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15 May 2019

Employees are aware of USB drive security risks, but don’t follow best practices

A new report by Apricorn shows how poor USB drive security practices of employees are putting companies at risk. The survey found that employees are often the reason USB drives are used in the workplace (this is true for 68% of organizations). And even though the vast majority of employees

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