Hacking USB Webkeys

By Brad Antoniewicz.

USB Webkeys (also known as my:keys, Intelligent Web Keys, iKeys, Internet Keys, SQUIBkeys, BuzzCards, and Bonpals) are marketing tools that you’ll commonly come across at trade shows and conferences. They come in all different shapes and sizes and, to many, these little devices are neat novelty freebees that provide a creative way for a company to market themselves. When you insert the device into the USB port of a Windows machine, a run dialog box is opened, the website of the promoter is typed before your eyes, and your default browser automatically renders the page! Pretty cool huh?

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