Do you plug your phone into free public charging stations? Be careful! According to NBC News , you may get ‘juice jacked’ by hackers who have installed malware that can tunnel and copy your sensitive personal information! Cybersecurity expert Jim Stickley demonstrates how a hacker could access a person’s phone through a public charging station.NBC News “Depending on the vulnerability they exploit, they would have access to everything you would have access to on your phone,” according to cybersecurity expert Jim Stickley.
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Personally, I don’t use “public charging stations”. I have several cheap battery blocks for the purpose. In the rare instance that I have to, I “juice” the block and then connect the device to the block.
Can’t be too careful in “security”
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