How to Hack an iPhone With a USB Charger
Source: Tech News Daily - Posted by Anthony Pell   
Hacks/Cracks When it comes to threats to mobile devices, most people don't think of chargers as a likely point of attack. But plugging in an iPhone or any smartphone or tablet could come at a price. At next month's Black Hat security conference in Las Vegas, three Georgia Institute of Technology researchers will show how a USB-connected charger can silently install malicious code onto an iOS device. It's a concept referred to in computer-security circles as "juice jacking."

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