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a compromised USB drive could have full access to everything on your hard drive, and it could use your computer for distributed denial of service attacks if its connected to the internet. these kinds of attacks are not about the data on your flash drive lock usb being stolen, its about random malicious code that your computer trusts enough to run without your permission when you plug in your drive. all because most people were too lazy to install their own drivers manually, they made the process automatic.
I don’t think it’s fair to say that. I bet if you took a poll of your users/readers/listeners/followers/whatevs asking What would you do if you found a USB stick?”, along with some other basic security secure usb questions (slightly disguised to not be obviously looking for security-based answers), you would get a majority who would try to identify the owner, from the contents. It’s human nature.