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08/13/2019 06:32:58 PM · #1
Someone seems to be happy about this ...

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08/13/2019 06:00:35 PM · #2
I read about this also. The conditions under which it can occur do seem to be relatively specific. I think the biggest risk is for those who are using wireless transfer. I'm sure that Canon will address the risk, now that it is known.
08/13/2019 07:54:24 AM · #3
I read about it late last night but had forgotten about it. Thanks for the reminder.

I understand there is no firmware update for mirrorless yet. I hope they'll take care of that soon.
08/13/2019 05:51:46 AM · #4
Originally posted by pgirish007:

PSA: Canon DSLRs are Vulnerable to Ransomware, Update Yours Now

Thanks for the Heads up.
08/12/2019 10:17:04 PM · #5
PSA: Canon DSLRs are Vulnerable to Ransomware, Update Yours Now
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