You can find out whether your USB stick can also be "opened" without
authentication by using the open source tool PLscsi. A precompiled command
line version for in Windows is available; Linux users will have to compile the tool
Mar 12, 2008 ... All you need to do is use the PLscsi tool to send a single USB command –
Command Descriptor Block – to the stick for access to the public partition to be
replaced by access to the protected one. At first, this flaw seemed to be ...
SEE ALSO sg_inq, sg_vpd, sg3_utils (sg3_utils), plscsi This software was built
from source available at https://java.net/projects/solaris-userland. The original
community source was downloaded from http://sg.danny.cz/sg/p/sg3_utils-1.33.
forked version of Pat LaVarre's excellent PLScsi. For more information on how
device usage, have a look at the PLScsi's documentation on: http://members.aol.
com/plscsi/ Changes in v2.7.7. New features: - BDC-TD01 support. Current
Mar 17, 2008 ... Instead you can use the software PLscsi to send a Command Descriptor Block
and switch the protected memory to non-protected. Heise also found that the
microcontroller and software on the stick don't always decide on the ...