USB Killer 3.0 Anonymous Edition Is Here With 1.5-Times More Power
USB Killer 3.0 Anonymous Edition Is Here With 1.5-Times More Power

Recently, the creators of the USB Killer have launched the USB Kill V3 which comes with 1.5 times more power as compared to its previous version. Hold on, the creators of the USB Killer have also launched an Anonymous Edition of the USB Kill V3.

USB Killer 3.0 Anonymous Edition Is Here With 1.5-Times More Power

We have spoken on a couple of occasions about USB Killer. This pendrive is capable of destroying any computer to which it is connected through the USB port. After an update it received in late 2015, now the new version comes more complete than ever and capable of destroying any mobile, including the iPhone.

The concept of USB killer memory is not something new. There is simply a company that is dedicated to marketing them as products. This company has now released the USB Killer version 3.0, which in addition to being able to load any computer as well as it also allows to destroy any mobile.

The USB Killer pendrives have the appearance of a normal USB memory, but inside it has some capacitors that, once the USB is connected to the computer or mobile, are loaded. In a matter of seconds, the pendrive discharges an electric current of more than 1,000 volts in the device to which it is connected, frying the port to which it is connected 100% of the times, as well as the device to which it is connected 95% Of the time.

The new USB Killer V3.0 costs $49.95 and you can buy it from here, and now it is 1.5 times more powerful than its predecessor and can launch up to 12 overloads per second, in addition to being resistant to systems that are protected and try to destroy the USB Killer itself. The company that manufactures it is based in Hong Kong and has received CE and FCC certification, which means it is safe for humans to use the device and you will not receive an electric shock.

The new USB Killer V 3.0 also launches the Anonymous Edition which comes in black color and a more discreet design than its predecessor, which was white and with a logo that caught the eye. The black color is more subtle and allows you to pass it through controls without drawing much attention. However, if you are clueless and you are afraid that you can accidentally connect it to your computer, then don’t worry as the white version is still sold.

So, the fact is that there are devices like this and you should never connect to your computer a random USB or a USB stick that you find on the street. Not only because it can destroy your computer if it is a USB Killer, as it could be a normal pendrive that has been actually loaded with the virus or any type of malicious content.



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