Hidden USB Storage

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  1. CDsDontBurn

    CDsDontBurn AMD & Petrol Heads Mod

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    Judas Obvious Closet Brony Pony

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    that is a neato idea....

    the phone jacks here have 6 wires with the correct combination of colors..... i'd have to find out precisely which wires go where in the 6 pin connectors.
     
  3. Falstaff

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    world domination?
    damn you!!!!!
    my plot is foiled again..:(
     
  4. CDsDontBurn

    CDsDontBurn AMD & Petrol Heads Mod

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    if you help me out, i'll let you be my evil minion :evil:
     
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    dj_stick Apple Fanboy?

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    haha that's sneaky
     
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    GigaWatt Now In Color :D

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    it's a neat idea... ;). especially if you have something to hide... well, i don't, so it's no use to me... :D
     
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    id have to read up on it a bit, but im wondering if you could make that a fully functional phone jack. in essence, it would help create a safer hiding place.

    of course if you did have classified files hidden, and some one found your USB/phone jack adapter, your still screwed.
     
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    terribly sorry old man...
    this minion thing is rather distressing..
    what with that whole Ghost Buster business
    I am afraid Gozar the Gozarian taxed my interest long ago
    but thanx. :lol:
     
  9. CDsDontBurn

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    if you have some kind of constructive inputs into my evil plan of world domination, you'll get royalties out of it ;)
     
  10. dj_stick

    dj_stick Apple Fanboy?

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    make a custom phone jac pci slot adaptor... so it actually looks like a modem...
     
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    Cow_160483 HH's only cow moooooo...

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    And here is how to hide files in your hidden USB :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:
     
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    u know its a lot of hard work, but its a beautiful idea.:D:D
     
  13. 3.65 Kilos

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    Possibly.
    You will need a 6 position 6 contact (6P6C) jack and cord (I think it's RJ-12? Not entirely sure). The reason for this is RJ-11 has 6 positions, but only 4 contacts (6P4C). Normal phones will only use the inner 2 pins, but some will use the outer 2 to draw electricity from.

    Wire the usb to the outer 4 contacts, and wire the normal telephone line to the inner 2 contacts. Then you can use your 6P6C cord to connect your phone to your jack with only the inner two pins being used, and everything will look normal. However, that usb adpater cable will still be suspicious...(remember to keep it under 5 meters).

    I haven't tested what I said above, but I don't see why it shouldn't work.

    (would have responded when this topic was new, but couldn't log in for a few days)
     

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