Induction into isolated meshes.
How do you penetrate isolated networks that are cut off from the outside world?
The solution is very simple: induction.
Artificial intelligence (AI) will make it possible to create models for capacitors and technical circuits.
Using these models, a computer can e.B. trigger voltage peaks on disem and influence a cable lying next to it. The USB logs are known.
The AI model only needs to trigger voltage spikes that can be interpreted as signals from a USB device on the receiver USB cable and on the target computer.
It should be noted that the range is extremely low.
But there are other factors, such as isolation.
A 5 volt USB transmitter can trigger only low voltage peaks. The situation is different for Powerline devices with 220V. These have a higher range.
A 10kV cable can be overloaded much more. Pulses with e.B. 100kV or even e.B. 1gV would be possible. Which significantly increases the range.
H@ck da World.
The first laboratory tests were probably successful as researchers from Ben Gurion University were able to prove:
The first news about this is from approx. 15.12.2020: