While these devices won’t always stop someone from plugging in a USB they are part of a bigger toolkit to help. Combine these with audits, policies, and procedures and you’ll have a fighting chance again those who would plug in devices like Rubber Ducky’s, Bash Bunnies, or Malduinos.

The hope would be to make it a pain to remove these and take enough time that someone would notice what’s happening. Check out the USB locks here: http://www.rjlockdown.com/usb.html

Thanks to RJ Lockdown for sending me these samples a while back.

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