You probably have only seen this in spy movies. But now you can own a USB stick too that destroys anything in its path. Once you plug in this weaponized USB kill stick, it will rapidly charge its capacitors from the USB power supply and then discharge it, permanently disabling any unprotected equipment.
The USB Killer stick that made headlines last year for being a brutal death to your innocent hardware is now up for sale in its upgraded USB Killer V3.0. The killer USB, can electrocute your device with 240 volts until it dies.
The USB Kill V3.0 can permanently damage any device with a USB port, e.g., a computer, laptop, DVR, television, etc. An important point to consider is that the USB Kill is not made to serve any evil intention. Instead, it’s a power surge test device that can be used by hardware developers to observe the effects of such a disastrous thing on their hardware.
When the USB Kill stick is connected to the USB port of a device, it charges itself using the 5V power line until the voltage value reaches 240V. It then discharges itself into the data lines of the USB port causing a power surge leading to malfunctioning of the device. The charge and discharge cycle repeats until the USB Kill is removed from the device.
If you want to test your hardware but don’t want to burn your device, the company has made a USB Killer Tester which protects your hardware when the USB Kill stick is used to test its surge protection capabilities. The Tester Shield also doubles up as a data protection tech. It prevents juice jacking data thefts when your device is connected to a USB port.
The USB Killer 3.0 Pro Kit destined to impress, and priced at only $106.99 USD, for a limited time.
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