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  1. Good to hear! I'm waiting for my delivery, and you were making me nervous! 🤣
  2. Not having any idea how they pulled this one off, and not being a linux kernel-hacker myself, I'm totally just guessing at this one. But I suspect the work is slightly more than trivial. I remember the USB Gadget Driver/Multi-function Composite Driver will let you do HID-anything-you-want-to-define including keyboard/mouse combos, but I'm not a C/C++ programmer, so I'm of little use there. That said, I can't wait for mine to arrive so I can start testing. Payloads are something I can look at, as it's running Debian, and I can do plenty with that...
  3. Mine just shipped! Can't wait to dig into this one. Running a Debian derivative, I should be able to have some serious fun!
  4. Thanks! That's all I can ask! Just going to go refresh that order page again...waiting to see when my KC ships...*click*...nope, not yet...*click*...nope...*click*...
  5. The Logitech MK270 combo kit is a popular one with our clients (SMB/SME) up here (Canada). Low cost in bulk deployments of front-line workstations (service and parts counters in an auto dealership, for example) and decent reliability. Retail price about $25USD (around $35-40ish here in the tundra). Amazon pricing seems all over the place right now, BestBuy seems a more reliable gauge. 🤔 No real bells/whistles on the keyboard may make it a good basic platform to test with. The idea just struck me watching a manager attach his laptop to his dock, and realizing he had just switched to the same combo, with the receiver in the dock. With the cable mess behind his dock, something like the KC would never be noticed. Evil maid attack has never been so easy, fast, and persistent... Let me know if there is anything I can contribute to this. I've been out of programming for years, but I can always fire up windows and linux machines (no Macs in our shop, sorry)
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    HID support

    Having ordered the Key Croc (of course), I'm wondering about the extent of the HID support. It obviously works with wireless keyboards, but some users have wireless combos, keyboard and mouse, though a single receiver dongle. Will this work to pass through the mouse? I see all kinds of possible attack scenarios with this, just wondering what constraints we will have to work around.
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