Researchers at the University of Illinois found that nearly half of people who find a USB drive will plug it into a computer and open the files, making themselves vulnerable to cyberattacks.
Researchers at the University of Illinois found that nearly half of people who find a USB drive will plug it into a computer and open the files, making themselves vulnerable to cyberattacks. Handout TNS
Researchers at the University of Illinois found that nearly half of people who find a USB drive will plug it into a computer and open the files, making themselves vulnerable to cyberattacks. Handout TNS

It’s not whether you’ll get hacked, it’s when and how badly you’ll get hurt

May 03, 2016 11:41 AM