USB-C connector shipped with New MacBook and Chromebook vulnerable to BadUSB

    Date18 Mar 2015
    CategoryLatest News
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    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    After years of development, USB Type-C was launched through Apple MacBook and Google Chromebook. The new MacBook will come with just a single Type-C plug for both power and data, similarly Google But with the new port comes with its own set of security issues because the Type-C port is vulnerable to BadUSB flaw. The issue was first reported by Verge which said that USB-C is vulnerable to BadUSB firmware attack or other attacks exploiting the plug
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