USB Deposits

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Step 1:

Make sure you have a good cap and snap it on

Step 2:

Put some files on the USB stick, like a video or photo.

Step 3:

Make a hole in a log and get some krazy glue and put it in the hole.

Step 4:

Put in the USB stick and you are finished!

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    5 Discussions


    5 years ago on Introduction

    With the revelation of the BadUSB exploit recently made public the idea of frivolously connecting to alien USB devices is a worse idea than ever.


    5 years ago on Introduction

    Be careful. I got got by a nasty virus on one of these. Luckily, I was using a laptop that didnt actually have anything useful on.

    also, watch out for ones wired up to batteries...


    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Technically it's called a USB Dead Drop. It can kind of be thought of as like a digital geocash. Anyone can hook up to it and see what files are there, and of course can change them as well. Here is a Wikipedia article about them: