Cellphone charging is one of the purported benefits of digital kiosks, however, this is not a benefit and can, indeed, be public hazard. From California Coast Credit Union:
Juice jacking is in the news again. It has been around since 2021, but the FBI and FCC are raising awareness again. “Juice jacking” is where bad actors use public chargers to infect smartphones and other devices with malware. This mostly happens in airports, hotels, and shopping centers, so avoid charging your mobile device there.
Tips to help you avoid becoming a juice jacking victim:
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