Convenient Thumb Drives Pose Greater Threats
The gum packet sized thumb drives have the capacity to store gigabytes of data, video and music, and can easily shuffle files among various PCs, but can also lead to stealing of information from computer.
ThreatSense.Net, an online warning system that checks malware worldwide and operated by Eset, revealed that 10.3% of new malware discoveries involved software attempting to exploit thumb drives and other storage media, as reported by investors on July 10, 2008.
Everybody links viruses and other malicious software with junk e-mails and obscure sites. However, a number of the initial compute...
» SPAMfighter News - 26-07-2008