pretty funny and got me thinking about more low-tech ways to do this. Nothing too smart (or too stupid) to share, though. Edit: Found a great one.
Based on that, you can set up a fake input keyboard and do weird stuffs or have pre encoded scenarii when the circuit is plugged in the computer. The first basic idea (and I know that you can get pedals and stuff) is to have an Alt-Tab function accessed by foot taping. I don’t know why.
That’s more common than you may think…
I have a Kensington laser pointer/USB drive where plugging in the USB drive attaches both a storage device and a wireless keyboard, but the “keyboard” only ever sends two keys, “Previous” and “Next” for moving around the presentation.
That could be a funny attack vector (not the Kensington but the DIY one) if you manage to send any keypress and shortcuts (and or mouse click if you get the coordinates properly).
I’m gonna be ‘that person’ - relevant XKCD