The Trojan Thumb-Drive
Malware purveyors deliberately left USB sticks loaded with a Trojan in a London car park in a bid to trick users into getting infected.
The attack was designed to propagate Trojan banking software that swiped users' login credentials from compromised machines.
Always look a gift drive in the mouth. Trojans are big business, with programs selling for thousands of dollars. Protect your machine and make sure these trojansters do not get their money's worth.