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USB and Thunderbolt to converge
One peripheral port to connect them all.
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Aussie researchers find easy way to steal sensitive data via USB
Be careful what you plug into your computer.
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WikiLeaks dump reveals Brutal Kangaroo toolkit.
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IBM shipped malware on USB sticks
Trojan found with Storwize initialisation tool.
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Toll to inspect USBs it suspects aided data theft
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Intel debugger interface open to hacking via USB
Hardware layer attack difficult to detect.
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Ex-SAI manager took spreadsheets via USB before quitting
Started job at rival three days later.
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Crims place booby-trapped USB drives in letter boxes
Victorians warned not to plug in malware-laden devices.
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Windows USB stick flaw affects all versions of OS
Vulnerability being actively exploited.
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Google brings security key to enterprise, education clients
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USB devices offer hackers direct route into computers
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Apple launches power adapter swap program
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FaceDancer board snatches USB firmware
USB protocol riddled with 'absurd design decisions'.
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WA Govt departments weak to social engineering: Auditor
Payment compliance also lacking.
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RailCorp abandons lost USB auctions
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RailCorp slammed over USB auction
Resumes, tax returns on lost flash drives.
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CVs, tax returns on USBs sold at CityRail auction
NSW Privacy office slams RailCorp.
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Defence loses secret documents to foreign USB thief
Encrypted drive likely stolen by foreign intelligence agents at airport.
Nov 7 2011 12:30PM
Secret defence documents lost to foreign intelligence
Encrypted USB stick lost at airport.
Nov 4 2011 8:07AM
Ponemon lashes out at thumb drive 'negligence'
Employers, employees in firing line.
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