Arduino is a language that’s easy to learn and supported on many incredibly low-cost devices, two of which are the $2 Digispark and a $3 ESP8266-based board. We can program these devices in Arduino to hijack the Wi-Fi data connection of any unlocked macOS computer in seconds, and we can even have it send data from the target device to our low-cost evil access point.

Arduino-compatible devices continue to lower the barrier to entry for creating cheap prototypes, and prototyping novel attacks with Wi-Fi and USB Rubber Ducky-style attacks are no different. By exploiting the trust a Mac gives its… more

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