Guest post by David Maman – CTO & Founder of GreenSQL.
Hackers write sophisticated browser-based attacks that operate quite stealthily. Now, they’re going after our mobile phones, which are soon to be the number one way we access the web.
As QR codes have evolved, they now can offer users – and thieves – unlimited information within seconds of scanning.
And we scan them voluntarily.
We’ve already been trained to think twice before entering an unknown link we get from a stranger or even a friend, but almost anyone will scan an unknown QR code with a smartphone or a tablet, if the offer it’s embedded in looks tempting enough.
Over a three-day security conference in London, I created a small poster featuring a big security company’s logo and the sentence…
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