I've posted frequently about the increasing challenges of malware, BYOD, and hackers.
This week's cool technology is a hacker's network penetration device, packaged to look like a power strip.
The Power Pwn is a fully integrated enterprise-class linux server that includes Ethernet, wireless and Bluetooth connections. It also has a fully automated NAC/802.1x RADIUS bypass and secure shell access over 3G and GSM cell networks.
All a hacker has to do is place this power strip under a desk within a corporation and then they can identify network vulnerabilities and mine data as they wish.
I've said before that security is a cold war - an escalating battle between hackers and IT departs trying to control them. The Power Pwn is a powerful new entry to the hacker's arsenal.