USBdriveby Wearable USB Hacking Solution

By NinjaSpy
In Hacking & Anti-Hacking
Dec 19th


Hacking computers using a USB device is nothing new. We have seen it covered a bunch of times at hacking conferences. But have you ever wanted to make your own? Samy Kamkar has put together a piece that shows you how to create a wearable device to install a backdoor and override DNS settings on an unlocked machine. It accomplishes that by emulating a keyboard and a mouse. You will need a Teensy microcontroller to pull it off. What’s neat is the device can evade security settings on a machine, open a permanent backdoor, disable a firewall, control the flow of network traffic, and more.

The code for this project is available on GitHub. You are going to need a chain to go with your Teensy, which costs about $25. Find out more here.

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