Could a Dropped USB Drive Expose You to Malware?

Tips & Advice

USB drives seem harmless enough and they’re a convenient way to store, back up, or transfer files from your computer. So If you spot a USB drive sitting on the ground or in your office, should you assume someone lost their files? Or is it a hacker baiting you into compromising your computer and network?

On the latest episode of “Hackable?” Geoff learns if USB drives are dangerous and — with the help of white-hat hacker Tim Martin — sets his own trap for Pedro. Listen and learn how to protect your network from dropped drives, and if Pedro takes the bait.

Listen now to the award-winning podcast “Hackable?”.

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