How do you protect yourself against getting a virus from a possibly infected public kiosk? Play it safe and burn your photos to read-only media like a writable CD or DVD.
By Patrick Gray @ Risky.Biz
July 5, 2010 -- Photo kiosks in Big W stores are allegedly infecting customers with USB-borne viruses.
The Windows-based Fuji photo kiosks located in the company's stores apparently don't run antivirus software, so lovely little bits of malicious software like Trojan.Poison-36 are winding up on customers' USB keys, according to Risky Business listener and blogger Morgan Storey.