Organisations need to apply patch to prevent malicious code execution from USB flash drives. Linux systems could be a risk from malware on USB memory sticks, according to security researchers.
Taiwanese police handed out malware-laden USB sticks as prizes for a security quiz given during an infosec conference in December 2017.
A USB stick was found in the streets of London containing over 70 unencrypted security files from Heathrow International Airport - so what security precautions could and should have prevented this danger to the public?
Flaw hits all versions of Windows; infects when USB peripheral is mounted
BadUSB malware could be used to manipulate industrial systems, says one security researcher.
The latest ICYMI column looks at the week's biggest stories, including hacking into cars, Chinese cyber-espionage and the take-down of thousands of French websites.
A security researcher has discovered over two million US-made cars could be attacked via insecure USB dongles.
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Karsten Nohl also reveals how an enhanced security approach can beat his USB architecture compromise.
With Windows XP finally set to go end-of-life next week, Microsoft has made one final call for businesses and consumers to update to a newer version of the operating system.
Hackers combine physical and electronic attack vectors to get access to hard cash.
Three-quarters of respondents to a recent poll believe that data loss is a collective responsibility.
Secure USB vendor BlockMaster is to introduce cloud backup and a 'digital fence' concept next week.
More than three-quarters of IT security professionals pick up and plug in USB sticks that they find.
A US power company was shut down for three weeks by a virus brought in by an infected USB stick.