ADA warns of malware on flash drive
The infected USB drives were sent as part of the 2016 CDT manual, which included the flash drives in the back pocket, according to an ADA statement. A "small percentage" of the flash drives contained malware, which was transferred to the drives from the subcontractor of an ADA vendor, the organization said. The ADA informed all customers via email or letter of the issue, and it worked with resellers and distributors to ensure their customers were notified.
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