What does it do ?
When plugged into a device, the USBKiller rapidly charges its capacitors from the USB power lines. When the device is charged, -200VDC is discharged over the data lines of the host device. This charge/discharge cycle is repeated many times per second until the USB Killer is removed.
Simply put: used on unprotected equipment, the USB Killer instantly and permanently disables unprotected hardware.
Its compact size and flash-drive style housing makes it an important device in every pentester’s toolkit.
Input voltage: 4.5 – 5.5 VDC
Output voltage: -215 VDC
Pulse Frequency: 4 – 8 times / second
Pulse current: ≥180A