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Josh Kelley (winfang98) – Infectious Media – Bypassing AutoRun once and for all Derbycon 2011 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Josh Kelley (winfang98) – Infectious Media – Bypassing AutoRun once and for all
Derbycon 2011

The original teensy research allowed us to drop downloader stagers via keyboard emulation. BSIDES LV this year we figured out a way to drop binaries purely through keyboard emulation. This is awesome however take a long time to write out hexadecimal representations of a binary, do binary conversion and execute. In this talk we’ve upped the game, changed the game, we’ve figured out a way to leverage the Teensy device to copy over a full binary in just a few seconds all through keyboard emulation. This to my knowledge has never been done and is pretty slick. How? …. Guess you’re going to have to come to this talk :) Let’s bypass autorun once and for all…

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