A special hacker cable called O.MG Elite was presented at the Def Con conference, which looks like a typical USB line, but can help hack virtually any device under the control of Windows, MacOS, iOS and Android operating systems.
Inside the cable, there's a special chip and Wi-Fi-module that allows the thing to load, run and even intercept the keys, and steal your passwords as well.
The harmful activity of a hacker's cable is not detected by antivirals because the device has a separate channel of communication. The price of such a clever hacker cable is 179 dollars and 99 cents. Now, if anyone asks you to connect a smartphone to your charger laptop, think twice before you kindly agree to help.
Meanwhile, CORSAIR and LG presented a monitor that could be folded manually, and Alpha Bank returned to iPhone and iPad, called "Money came".