[video] Mobile Malware Really Exists

In 2010 mysterious forces a created computer virus known as the Stuxnet virus to target Iran’s nuclear weapons program. The virus entered the plant through an infected USB device and set the Iranian nuclear program back several years.

But wait! What’s a smartphone? It’s a USB flash drive only with a LOT more capability! It not only can carry around a virus, it can run on the phone itself, AND it can talk wirelessly to cyber criminals. It can also infect a corporate enterprise just as easily as a flash drive.

But, never fear, the patent-pending Juice-Jack Defender(R) protects smartphones and enterprises when charging by blocking all data – and charging at up to twice the normal speed at full USB 2.0 power.

DON’T GET JUICE-JACKED!!

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