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Cork|Sec Meetup #10

- Attacking computers made easy with the USB Rubber Ducky (approx 30 mins) 

The USB Rubber Ducky ( is a simple but very powerful device for attacks when the attacker has physical access to the host. And best of all its (almost) idiot proof and costs $39

- Building your own PWNPad (and what you can do with it) - Bob McArdle

Buying a PWNPad ( will normally cost you over $1000, but if you already have a Nexus 7 you can build one yourself. We previously looked a bit at using PwnPads when talking Wifi hacking back in November. This time I'll spend more time explaining how to set one up for around 300 euro (less if you have a Nexus) and what sort of tools it gives you access to (with plenty of demos :) )

Following that we will of course have some socialising for as long as people want to hang around!

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  • Paul

    Sorry chaps, can't make it. Hope it goes well : )

    April 8, 2014

  • Régis L.

    Sorry for the late notice... I'm dying with flu, unfortunately, I'm not gonna share this one with you. Hopefully, I can find the vids of the demos later :-)

    April 8, 2014

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