Hackers create USB stick inspired by NSA’s Cottonmouth-I surveillance kit – Daily Mail

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The device was designed to also be able to control the malware, even on so-called ‘airgapped’ computers . An air-gap or air wall is a network security measure. The gaps were designed to make sure secure computer networks are physically isolated from …

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