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Modified Lightning cables let hackers remotely hack Apple devices

[2019-08-12 11:30:48]

Everyone knows about the risks of phishing email, dodgy downloaded software, and accessing sensitive data while using public Wi-Fi. But how about third-party Lightning cables? According to a new report, these are a risk as well — with security experts noting that it’s possible for malicious Lightning cables to grant access to your Mac to ...

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