Do not charge the mobile phone in public USB ports
As he notes, fraudsters have managed to "take over" public chargers and thus have the ability to infect devices with malwaremiwhich can give hackers access to your phone, tablet or computer.
This practice is known as "juice jacking" and it allows crimecheckmateusers to use USB cables to "plant" viruses or steal data within minutes.
“Avoid using free charging stations at airports, hotels or shopping malls. Criminals have found ways to use public USB ports to inject malware and tracking software into devices. Bring your own charger and USB cable and use an outlet instead,” the FBI says.
Avoid using free charging stations in airports, hotels or shopping centers. Bad actors have figured out ways to use public USB ports to introduce malware and monitoring software onto devices. Carry your own charger and USB cord and use an electrical outlet instead. pic.twitter.com/9T62SYen9T
- FBI Denver (@FBIDenver) April 6, 2023
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