Kindle Users at Risk of Hacking via Infected E-books

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Kindle Users at Risk of Hacking via Infected E-books

The bug, known as KindleDrip, was first detected by Israeli cybersecurity firm Check Point Software who posted a report on its public research site that goes into detail how these hackers get into Kindle devices.

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A hacker can access a device via an e-book or document that contains malware, and these files can be easily accessed from any virtual library or website. Once a user downloads and opens up the infected e-book, the malware takes control over the device and gains full access to a person’s Amazon account and, potentially, bank details.

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