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  1. Yes exactly, except I'm referring to the BadUSB firmware attack, for those who asked, the device is a Microsoft arc mouse
  2. I have a USB device that is most certainly not a keyboard that, when inserted, tries to register as a keyboard, and is blocked by software designed for this purpose. The device is a popular brand and it would be quite shocking if someone actually managed to replace the firmware or conduct a BadUSB attack with it. What could this device possibly be doing that might make it be a keyboard? Is it actually a BadUSB if it tries to be a keyboard and it's not? Opinions?