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Metasploit by Mati Aharoni, Devon Kearns, Jim O'Gorman, David Kennedy

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Teensy USB HID Attack Vector

The Teensy USB HID (human interface device) attack vector is a remarkable combination of customized hardware and restriction bypass via keyboard emulation. Traditionally, when you insert a CD/DVD or USB into your computer, if autorun is disabled, autorun.inf isn’t called and you can’t execute your code automatically. However, using the Teensy USB HID, you can emulate a keyboard and mouse. When you insert the device, it will be detected as a keyboard, and using the microprocessor and onboard flash memory storage, you can send a very fast set of keystrokes to the target’s machine and completely compromise it, regardless of autorun. You can order a Teensy USB HID at http://www.prjc.com/.

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