RE: Re:Read physical memory

I think the guy in the video was BS-ing when he said he spent years as an
electrician. All the electricians I know would not be caught cutting a
120V/20A circuit with those twiddly cutters. They would have had a nice
pair of Greenlee nines … :wink:

I would love to see what happens if the power goes out right in the middle
of that operation. I also wonder if that device is actually ‘legal’ in the
US due to rules about not ‘back-feeding’ the power grid during a black-out.
By that things very nature it is designed to ‘back-feed’ during a (forced)
power failure.

But yeah, very cool! I want to see sparks & smoke though.

Dave Cattley

-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of Scott Noone
Sent: Wednesday, January 13, 2010 10:04 AM
To: Windows System Software Devs Interest List
Subject: Re:[ntdev] Re:Read physical memory

That’s pretty darn cool.

I also like the Mouse Jiggler:

Plug that into your system, put on a pair of those sunglasses with the open
eyes painted on them, and you’re ready for an afternoon nap.


Scott Noone
Consulting Associate
OSR Open Systems Resources, Inc.

wrote in message news:xxxxx@ntdev…
> That’s not the one that I’m thinking of, but I think that it works the
> same way.
> As far as your points about the forensics lab, I haven’t really read this
> thread and wasn’t commenting on that, and obviously this would only work
> in some cases, some of which are common in law enforcement/federal
> circles; I’ve also seen a device (custom) like this used to move a couple
> of important servers servers without bringing them down.
> mm

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