At ShmooCon 2015, Dominic Spill, Michael Ossmann, and I discussed our progress recreating USB implants and interception devices in the NSA ANT catalog. Dominic demonstrated USBProxy, a USB man-in-the-middle device for USB 2.0. Mike showed his TURNIPSCHOOL prototype, an implant built into a USB cable that allows remote access to a host computer's USB ports. I showed my progress on a USB 3.0 man-in-the-middle device based on the DARPA CFT-funded Daisho project. Here's the full video of the talk, courtesy of ShmooCon, archive.org, and… whoever the kind people were who recorded the video of all the talks. Yay!