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Chinesische Bügeleisen mit Spam- und Malware-Chips befallen offene WiFis in Russland

Sascha Koesch
November 3, 2013
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Wer hat Angst vorm Bügeleisen? Die Russen. Die bekommen offensichtlich von China ulkige Bügeleisen importiert, die als Bonus WiFi verstehen und sich in ungeschützte Netzwerke einklinken und Malware auf die Rechner zu schicken oder Spam verschicken. Und nicht nur Bügeleisen sind befallen, sondern auch Wasserkocher. Nichts ist mehr sicher.

In this article: Bügeleisen, China, Malware, Russland, Spam
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