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  1. One thing that frustrates me is when someone has disabled booting from USB via the BIOS menu. Would it be possible to bypass this in a method similar to what Rubber Ducky uses? I'm not entirely sure how to develop such an exploit since I'm still in the process of learning, but I figured you guys would know what I'm talking about. If this idea has been done before, please point me in the right direction. I tried searching around for it on the net but haven't found anything as of yet.
  2. Hi all, was listening to the radio this lunchtime (Radio 4, how very intellectual of me :) ) and a piece on these guys came on:- http://www.remapleics.org.uk/ They're kind of like a hacker space that takes and mods all kinds of tech for disabled people. For instance they made a drinking machine (for all kinds of beverages I assume!) and a newspaper reading machine for two of their clients. It sounds like a neat idea and one that other hacker spaces could contribute to, so I thought I'd make you all aware of it. Could make for an interesting segment on Hak5 too.
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