- malicious /muh-LISH-uhs/
- execute /EK-si-kyoot /
- issue /ISH-oo /
- coin /koin/
- outlet /out-let/
[adjective] – intended to harm or upset other people
She was negatively affected by the malicious rumors about her friend.
[verb] – to do or perform something, especially in a planned way
The lawyers executed the old couple’s last will.
[verb] – to give, supply, or produce something official
The company issued an official statement for the first time after the tax controversy.
[verb] – to invent a new word or expression, or to use one in a particular way for the first time
For lack of a better word, he coined “Mara magic” to describe Mara’s mojo of making impossible tasks look easy.
[noun] – a device connected to the electricity system that a plug fits into in order to supply electricity to something
He plugged the lamp into the outlet farthest from the bed.
Amidst this threat, the agency advised the public to avoid using public charging stations as much as possible. They further recommend that people bring their own chargers and cables when traveling to plug into electrical outlets directly. Another sound and popular option is for them to bring portable power banks. Updating the security features of mobile devices is a sound way to counter juice jacking as well.
- Have you tried using public charging stations? How was your experience?
- Would you be comfortable using public charging stations in the future after reading this article? Why or why not?
- Do you think juice jacking is a serious threat? Why or why not?
- In what ways can cyberattackers exploit users’ private information?
- What should people do to further protect themselves from juice jacking and other cyberattacks?
- charging station
- data safety
- malicious software
- juice jacking