USB ports are such a vulnerability.
Using a device as cheap as a Teensy you can easily execute whatever malicious software you'd like on a person's computer.

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    Or simply fry the whole thing
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    It's up to the computer as to how to utilize the device and what to treat it as. Not the port's fault.

    That's just like saying that far in the future, USB-C ports will be a security vulnerability.
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    @Lel00 well, usb-c *is* usb so he already said that
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    @writeascript True. Though still doesn't change much that the system deals with how these are treated.

    Nonetheless, I'd rather have my data physically with me than in a cloud server like OneDrive or Google Drive
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