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Killer USB 2.0, certainly a danger to the USB ports

Well if you are someone looking to make this kind of very bad jokes or are of those seeking information of this kind of news in the internet, you must know or be nice to have for known risks that bring certain types of USB devices.
USB Killer
USB Killer

The security of our information or our own devices and constantly threatened, although perhaps not at the same pace, there will always be new security measures to take. Events like BadUSB prove it, of how malware can go undetected by the security of your computer.

Well, since then things have gone ever further and have begun to USB devices that could end up ruining irretrievably the team that can become connected appear, and that kind of damage is what can cause the USB Killer 2.0, a very effective version of these malicious gadgets that has a price of 50 euros.

The USB Killer 2.0 is a USB flash drive charging its capacitors when connected to the USB port of a computer, and when discharged at once, causing a disaster that leaves you with a PC, laptop, which is the case in the machine you connect, it will stop working immediately.

And this second version of USB Killer can fry your computer and the discharge generated after unloading its capacitors generates about 220 volts, this makes, as was already said "charging its capacitors" from the load obtained USB port and then get rid of all that burden accumulated to the motherboard.
USB Killer
USB Killer

This "murderer pendrive" is for sale through its official website, where besides also sells a protective shield called Test Shield to protect the computer USB action itself, which has a price of 13.95 euros. According to its creators, the USB device can be "useful" for manufacturers to find out for sure if your USB are well protected.
USB Killer
USB Killer

Although you can not deny the fact that such a malicious peripheral like that can be a potentially dangerous weapon if you get to see who you can acquire or under what reasons.

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