USBKill Test Results
Hundreds of pentesters and hardware developers world-wide perform thousands of USBKill tests on a daily basis. Over the years, we have tracked hardware that is vulnerable, resistant and protected - across a huge variety of devices, spanning multiple industries.
Check out our extensive test results below, and our latest test video to the right.
Test Results by Category
Hardware Crypto Wallets are used to store crypto-money assets. So far the USBKill has been tested on leading brands: Trezor, Ledger, CoolWallet. Learn which devices resist the USBKill - and those that can be killed and take your crypto with them.
2FA Hardware Tokens
Physical Two-Factor Authentication Tokens are becoming more common - and hold all of our most confidential information: passwords, SSH keys, biometric information, and more. Learn which tokens are reliable, or which tokens to use that can be wiped in emergency circumstances with the USBKill.
Feature-phone to Flagship, the USBKill has been tested across dozens of models of mobile phone. Learn which brand resist against USB-Surge attacks, and which brands are vulnerable.
In general, desktop computers are one of the least protected category of device. During tests we have seen devices smoke and even catch fire - the USBKill on desktop computers can be dangerous!
From entry-level to ultra-book and ultra-expensive, USBKill has tested dozens of portable computing devices, including laptops and multiple generations of iPads.
With the arrival of the USBKill V4 and its internal battery & adapter kits, network equipment (routers, modems, network cards) are in testing scope. Check which network equipment resists, and which ones fail.
Printers, coffee machines, keyboards, projectors and monitors, we've tested all the office equipment possible, so you can make informed choices about which public-facing hardware to purchase.
USBKill has been tested against several generations of gaming consoles: PS4, PS5, Xbox, Switch, PocketSprite and more.
TVs, Kindles, Google Home, AppleTV, Alexia and more - USBKill has been tested against dozens of electronic home automation devices.
With the advent of electric-cars, electronic controls and displays and integrated navigation systems, cars have become a real target for USB-Surge attacks. We've tested against several models.
Misc. Devices / Accessories
All other tested devices that don't fit anywhere else: Electronic locks, sound equipment, testing equipment - anything with a USB-drive that has been tested is reported here.