Last night, a display screen in Union Station—one of Washington DC’s main transit hubs—found itself moonlighting as a tiny pornographic theater. Now, Gizmodo can exclusively reveal footage of the incident, and I can assure you that, one, it’s definitely pornography, and two, I have never had a commute this stimulating.
I think they said it in the movie (Sierra Madre?) ” we don’t need no stinkin’ lockdown…”. Somebody supposedly smarter than everyone else turns out to be not as smart as many.
Lockdown Browser – Hacking Kiosks Breaking into unattended and semi-attended devices should be harder than it is. Recently McDonalds kiosks were hacked but by users simply using the software installed against itself. One big rule — employ a lot of QA on your unit and have people try to break. Developers always think they have covered all the… Read More »
Reprinted from Olea Kiosks Portable media remains one of the key ways hackers infect a company’s network Anyone who’s ever dropped of their child at a daycare is familiar with the scenario. If one child has a virus, it’s only a matter of time until all the other kids pick it up as well. It’s the same with… Read More »
PoS malware have recently been found in the payment kiosks by US-based vendor Avanti, stealing payment card and biometric information.
In the last 12 months over 140 million new malicious programs.