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Your Lightning Cable Could Be Letting Hackers into Your Mac

[2019-08-13 15:39:00]

Your innocuous looking Lightning cable could be hiding a secret chip that would allow hackers to remotely infiltrate your computer, underscoring the need to always purchase legitimate Lightning cables from trusted sources. A security researcher at this year’s Def Con, known only as MG, demonstrated how a ordinary iPhone Lightning to USB cable can be ......

Your Lightning Cable Could Be Letting Hackers into Your Mac


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