Gone in 30 seconds – a HID cable story tale

Following what I mentioned in my previous post, I went to my electronics bin and gathered a Logitech Wireless mouse (M185) and a USB cable. On the mouse, I took the receiver – a Logitech Unifying Receiver CU0010 (nRF24L family): And cut one of the sides of a random USB cable: Split the wires: Removed… Continue reading Gone in 30 seconds – a HID cable story tale

Make HID great again

Since ever I’ve been using HID devices on red-team assessments at Char49 – specially using Rubber Ducky and latelly with Cactus WHID. I wanted to play a little more so I’ve picked one of my favourite tools from my arsenal which is the tiny Digispark. This ATTINY85 with 8kb flash memory – became part of… Continue reading Make HID great again

Popular wireless Logitech mouse vulnerable to keystroke injection

One of the things that keeps me on the security path is the opportunity to learn new things each day. After seing the new update on Bettercap – which supports HID (Human Interface Device) – I decided to read about it – specially on MouseJack keystroke injection attacks. I went throught the affected devices list… Continue reading Popular wireless Logitech mouse vulnerable to keystroke injection