[funsec] Ideas for an iPod shuffle??
Marc.DAloisio at ct.gov
Wed Jan 25 09:05:04 CST 2006
Might be able to be done with XP and autoplay - When I plug my USB
jumpdrive into an XPPro machine, it gives me the option to autoplay.
Maybe I'll try when I get a chance.
Marc D'Aloisio, CISSP
Network Security Analyst; Security Incident Response
State of Connecticut - Department of Information Technology
From: Xyberpix [mailto:xyberpix at xyberpix.com]
Sent: Wednesday, January 25, 2006 09:36
To: 'xyberpix'; D'Aloisio, Marc
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Subject: RE: [funsec] Ideas for an iPod shuffle??
On Wed Jan 25 14:14 , 'D'Aloisio, Marc' <Marc.DAloisio at ct.gov> sent:
>You could always put your forensic and analysis tools on it - I don't
>know much about the iPod Shuffle, but using regular USB drives -
>including many MP3 players, this is a very convenient way to have the
>tools available. The only issue is that I have not found a good way to
>write protect the device to prevent damage or infection of the items
>contained on it.
Already got a 1GB USB flash drive purely for that reason, so that's a no
>As far as hacking, just create a folder on it called 'stuff I stole
>work' like in the ad, connect up to your work PC, and start copying.
>We'll read about you in the paper.
Hehe, don't like the idea of being in the papers, but does anyone know
have any tools for a PoC here at work, that I could use to do the
- Plug iPod shuffle into a PC
- The iPod should then automatically copy everything from say "My
any other specified folder to itself. This should happen in the
hints that it's going on.
- That's it.
I've been looking for something like that for a while now, and this
could be the
perfect thing, as I've yet to prove that this is a risk to certain
people here at
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