Fri. Apr 12th, 2024

Inserting an unprotected iPhone or iPad into a new port can leave you with unwanted infections. “Juice jacking” and “trustjacking” are two ways to catch digital diseases, but there are ways to protect yourself.

A humble USB charging port could be the road to compromising your iPhone.

You might not have previously thought about cybersecurity when charging your iPhone on the go, but that Lightning cable can carry data as well as power. Here are the vulnerabilities involved and how to minimize the risks.

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