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USB Killer

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I like how the video is about ways to protect yourself and saying those who use them are dicks, and then you give a link where to buy xD 

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3 minutes ago, AshleyAshes said:

"These are bad and you should not buy them!  ...But if you do, please use our Amazon affiliate link. :3"

And it doesnt link to the product

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4 minutes ago, nicklmg said:

Because we checked out the same product?... You must be new to the tech review party :P

I dunno, LMG has really gone down hill in originality ever since they ripped off Junkyard Wars 3 from Austin.  I honestly can't believe you guys didn't publicly apologize for that one.

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1 minute ago, AshleyAshes said:

I dunno, LMG has really gone down hill in originality ever since they ripped off Junkyard Wars 3 from Austin.  I honestly can't believe you guys didn't publicly apologize for that one.

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kill me instead, next door have a baby that is currently screaming like fuck (its 1:45 am)


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Hopefully USB 3.2 has that protection circuit built into the standard.


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42 minutes ago, nicklmg said:

Because we checked out the same product?... You must be new to the tech review party :P

no, the style of the vids seem more similar than usual

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So uhh i built my own computer and i was justwondering if i could just buy one of the opto isolators and install it in my computer and where would i install it if possible?

 

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1 hour ago, nicklmg said:

Because we checked out the same product?... You must be new to the tech review party :P

Nice trick in the beginning! I actually thought you killed that badass machine :o 

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I can see these being a problem for misbehaving employees. It shouldn't be hard to put a cheap USB drive in every port and have software shutdown the port and send an email alert when a drive is removed. @AluminiumTech what do you reckon? Should be a quick easy project


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1 hour ago, SCHISCHKA said:

I can see these being a problem for misbehaving employees. It shouldn't be hard to put a cheap USB drive in every port and have software shutdown the port and send an email alert when a drive is removed. @AluminiumTech what do you reckon? Should be a quick easy project

The problem is that a drive can be pulled and the killer ran before someone would be able to act, and the software can only disable OS access to devices connected to said port, but it'll still work.


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16 minutes ago, Drak3 said:

The problem is that a drive can be pulled and the killer ran before someone would be able to act, and the software can only disable OS access to devices connected to said port, but it'll still work.

my idea is to enforce a common corporate policy to not plug things into USB that everyone breaks when they charge their phone on a company computer


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2 minutes ago, SCHISCHKA said:

my idea is to enforce a common corporate policy to not plug things into USB that everyone breaks when they charge their phone on a company computer

That wouldn't stop anything. Unless one cements in the devices of every used port, and physically blocks access to unused ones, there is nothing stopping USB Killers.


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2 hours ago, SCHISCHKA said:

I can see these being a problem for misbehaving employees. It shouldn't be hard to put a cheap USB drive in every port and have software shutdown the port and send an email alert when a drive is removed. @AluminiumTech what do you reckon? Should be a quick easy project

If you can't trust your employees to not kill things at the office, you have much bigger issues.  Trying to protect against the USB killer is not the solution to that problem.

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My college uses some 20 year old mobos that start windows like a late opera concert and they hardly maintain the hardware. We registered numerous complaints regarding it but they just don't listen, maybe usb killer can force them to change it.

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