[Noisebridge-discuss] BIOS problems possibly, help?
orenbeck at gmail.com
Mon Mar 31 22:31:39 UTC 2014
Seconded on "Keyboard/HID" potential vector way more likely than BIOS...
I've seen some really wierdlystrange FnordedErisian stunts done in BIOS as
"Gaslighing" psych warfare, and.. also in a USB Device crafted to wreak
havoc of such as you describe. The BIOS deal was a reboot at a power saving
timer offset or some similar childishness. It had been done to a Social
Services =food pantry presumably by someone disgruntled with a ton of time
to Be Very Evil.
We saw one K&M Ghost device blobulated into an USB Board Header thence
hidden on the Mobo where it randomly issued #making you think you are now
delusional# stunts. IIRC that they later on became a stupidly
unfunny commercial pranker toy and yeah- looked for it to find THIS:
It would be not unthinkable that someone might do one of this evil category
that issued some defined hotkeys.
I am rather grim and humorless of such garbage and I devoutly hope perps
that place such unfunny evils in the wild shall speedily ..reincarnate as
a Urinal Mint, if you can forgive my being overly kind to them ..
On Tue, Apr 1, 2014 at 5:56 AM, Simon C. Ion <ion.simon.c at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 03/31/2014 12:20 PM, Manveru Andave wrote:
> > The "problem" acts like this in Windows 7: If I am outside a browser
> > working on some other application, It keeps opening multiple windows
> > automatically even if I don't move a mouse. If i am in the browser, It
> > redirects to my home page even if I don't move a mouse.
> Do you have a keyboard with a "Web Home" key (like on the
> upper-left-hand corner of the MS 4k keyboard)? If so, maybe it's stuck
> or has a dirty contact?
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