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Juice Jacking is the process of hacking into smart devices by way of a USB port that acts as a conduit for power supply and data transfer. Fraudsters illegally obtain access to a smart device and its data, share screens, and inject harmful malware into the device via this process.
In layman’s terms – juice jacking is the process of hacking into a smartphone or other smart devices via a compromised USB charging port. This could happen when you are charging your smartphone at a public charging booth located at airports, hospitals, coffee shops, or any of several public places.
Until recently, Juice Jacking belonged to twisted fairy tales. Today, however, it’s real, and anybody who charges their smart devices at a public charging booth is susceptible to this attack.
Files that can be hacked through compromised USB charging ports include photos, contacts, notes, messages, videos, private folders, and music.