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  • FBI urges people not to charge their smartphones at the mall or at the airport

    The FBI is warning users not to use free charging stations at airports, hotels and malls, as attackers use these stations to install malware and spyware on connected computers and phones.

    In recent years, the number of free charging stations, for example, at airports, has increased as the number of passengers has also increased. Hotels and shopping centers are also equipped with charging stations. Among the real harmless charging kiosks, there are specially installed fake stations that are designed to steal data from your device.

    Stations can also be programmed to install malware on the device. When the user is in a hurry and only looking for the charging icon, it can be easy to miss a hacked charging station.

    This method of infection is commonly known as "Juice Jacking". This attack is effective because it manipulates what we use every day. USB cables allow you to transfer data and power between two connected devices. While they may look harmless, scammers can use these cables to collect your data, share your screen, or even infect your device.

    While public charging stations can be handy when your battery is low, use these tips to protect your devices from Juice Jacking attacks:

    • Check the power supply. The safest way to charge your phone is to plug it directly into a power outlet. Do not charge the phone in places where the power supply is hard to see;
    • Use your cord. By using your own cord, you can avoid using a public charging station and plug into an outlet instead. You can also purchase power-only USB cables that don't support data transfer;
    • Buy an external battery. Batteries work like portable power supplies, providing extra power on the go. In addition, you can also safely charge external batteries at public charging stations without worrying about transferring data back and forth.

    If you have no other choice, turn off your phone before connecting to the charging station.

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