Source code for critical USB firmware exploit posted on GitHub

Security researchers Adam Caudill and Brandon Wilson have published source code for a theoretically unpatchable USB firmware bug called “BadUSB.” First revealed at at the Black Hat security conference in July, the two researchers who reverse engineered the original finding say that they did it for the public good, and “so people can defend against it.” Further more severe exploits are possible using this method, but Caudill and Wilson are hesitant to release them, fearing more dangerous exploits….

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