Code with BadUSB Tricks Published on Github

Remember the major USB flaw demonstrated by Karsten Nohl about 2 months ago? Although Nohl never released the code he used in the demonstration, two other researchers have managed to perform the same tricks, and they’ve made their code publicly available on Github. Now anybody can use this code to perform attacks. The researchers say they released the code in an attempt to start the process whereby the security architecture of USB devices is fundamentally redesigned.

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