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Usually those people are not very tech-savy. Thus there is a high risk that their PCs might be infected and they might spread it unknowingly via attached USB flash drives. When booting from a Linux Live CD and accessing the data there, the risk could get reduced as with a reboot, changes to the OS are gone and most malware is written for other operating ...


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A complete whitelist of trusted devices should block Rubber Ducky specifically as I don't think it has a programmable device ID, but I'm not 100% sure. However if the question is more generic, then no! The more programmable Bash Bunny can do the same thing and it supports programming it's device ID. I've bypassed whitelist device lockdowns by using a Bash ...


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