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As @guki117 pointed out in his answer, the iPhone is connecting as a camera. You should be able to exploit that with a basic digital camera with a removable memory card, put whatever files you want on the card, put it back in the camera and connect the camera with USB. The files should be right there.


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It's most likely connecting as a Media Device or Camera. There's a seperate GPO for each type of removable media. Perhaps this particular policy only enforces against flash drives. This is quite common on androids.. I can switch my device to be a Camera and bypass our GPO for blocking removable devices.


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On MacOS X, this task of sandboxing and analysing a suspicious external USB is basically a 2 step process. Mount this USB key readonly Please read this answer: How can I write-protect (make read-only) a USB drive in OS X? on Ask Different which is, from my experience the best answer. Run clamscan and chkrootkit If your USB storage is now mounted under ...


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Respectfully, @Adnan is dead wrong in some key assumptions that it is relatively safe to open an unknown external drive. As I answered here, it is not safe to connect any infected drive without proper safeguards in place. In fact, the only way to be 99.99% (nothing is security is certain) sure it's malware free is to actually do a forensic examination on ...


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So you've got yourself a hot agent and want to examine it? This is going to be fun! First, do not simply plug it in and look around. Even if you were to create a 'sandbox' finder, that would not protect you from potential malware. So how do you actually see the goods? Well you need to perform a forensic examination! Here's what you'll need: A Write ...



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