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Old 12th Mar 2008, 16:41   #1
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Corsair padlock easy to hack

The Corsair padlock seems to be a real easy to hack pies of protection.
Just by soldering a 10K to the battery and pin seen on pic. You can read the Corsair padlock without ever knowing the code.


After witch you have a normal usb stick
So if you ever verged your code. Now you know how to get your data
Link to a page. This is in dutch do.
http://veerboot.tweakblogs.net/blog/...k-hacking.html
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Whoops.

This is why I only trust open source software encryption with a long passphrase. Given the cross-platform nature of the device (if Bit's ads are anything to go by) it seemed that the 'key' side of things would just be a little power flipping thing that doesn't let the drive turn on until you've put in the code, but that seems WAY too easy to bypass.
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What a hoot!
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If this flash drive relies on a battery to work, what happened when it runs out?
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Or, keep your laptop next to you everytime its on?
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any 'secure' usb dongle.... isn't.

use a regular one and TrueCrypt instead.
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Old 13th Mar 2008, 15:41   #8
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Whoops.

This is why I only trust open source software encryption with a long passphrase. Given the cross-platform nature of the device (if Bit's ads are anything to go by) it seemed that the 'key' side of things would just be a little power flipping thing that doesn't let the drive turn on until you've put in the code, but that seems WAY too easy to bypass.
Just cool down the memory in some ons laptop. Place the memory in an other laptop and let it boot on a disk that makes backups of memory. Lots of inscription software leaves your code in memory. Dis will keep it active four your session. By cooling the memory you slowdown the data los of the memory. And most times you find most parts of the code in the backup if not complete And if not complete its a lot easier to brake the code, Then without having parts of it. But you whil need to know what your looking four ore understand what your looking at

And yes. The only thing the numpad dos is after you give the code correctly it while gives power to the upper part. And no data. So its easily by past The only really protection it has is the glue. Wen you don't heat the thing up with a heat gun. You while brake off a 3point transistor. But this is easy soldered back on
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