Cable crimping is one of the most common cable attack techniques used by hackers.
A cable crimper, which involves inserting a small piece of wire or wire splice into a cable, cuts the cable.
Crimp-cutting devices are becoming more popular as they are easier to conceal and they are easy to use.
The latest attack on a cable crimp is one that has been in the news recently.
A hacker called “TigerNet” attacked a US-based cable company, Comcast, with a cable cutter.
He used a small USB cable that was connected to a router that was not on the internet and a cheap PC to hack the router’s IP address.
The hacker also used a USB cable to connect to a USB thumb drive to send out fake emails.
The hacker then installed malware on the thumb drive and used the USB cable as a weapon.
According to security firm Kaspersky Lab, the attack was successful in one of two ways.
The first method involves placing a piece of metal on the USB thumbdrive.
Once the thumbdrive is attached to a computer, the attacker can use the metal to secure the USB drive.
The second method involves inserting the USB device into a PC.
This way, the hacker can install malicious code on the PC.
According a blog post from the security firm, “TigersNet” used a cheap USB cable connected to the router.
He then connected the USB to the PC, using the thumb drives USB connection to send the fake emails to his friends and colleagues.
After the attacks, the cable company contacted the hacker and apologized for not checking for the USB on the router to ensure that it was not compromised.
The cable company also sent a warning to its customers.
But the hacker did not respond to the company’s message.