Google has released a new malware kit for cyberspace that can infect an anus-doll with a command-and-control (C&C) attack that allows a hacker to take control of the device.
The kit is not targeted at a specific device, but can be used to exploit the same vulnerability in a different device, the company said in a blog post.
The kit, called a C&C (command and control) attack, is a new type of malware that is designed to compromise the operating system of a device or program.
In this case, the C&Cs attack exploits a vulnerability in the operating environment of a piece of software called an anal plug, which can be attached to any device.
“We’re pleased to announce that we have discovered a new and more versatile C&CI attack toolkit for cyber exploitation,” the company wrote.
“This new attack is designed for exploitation of the anus-Doll, a custom-designed anal plug.”
The C&Co attacks can be launched from any computer, and can also be launched remotely through the Internet.
The anal plug is a USB connector that is connected to the anus by a small USB cable, which acts as a USB hub.
If the anal plug becomes disconnected, the analplug can be plugged into a USB port of the anal toy and it can act as a remote controller, which in turn can act on the device’s USB ports.
The anal plug can also send commands to other anal toys that have been connected to it.
The attack tool is also targeted at older, low-end PCs and Macs.
The C &Co attacks are not necessarily the first time that Google has deployed a toolkit that targets anal toys.
The company has previously used the anal-Dolls to target the Windows operating system, as well as the Android operating system.
The Windows version of the toolkit has also been used to attack Windows servers.