Amazon Bans Flipper Zero, Claiming It Violates Policy Against Card Skimming Devices


With a white and orange casing and a picture of a dolphin on the top of the screen, the Flipper Zero almost has the appearance of a children’s toy. However, the tool may also be used to unlock auto doors, open garage doors, change petrol station price signs, intercept Bluetooth signals and even obtain access to a computer.

Last year, users demonstrated how the adorable tiny gadget might easily transform them into amateur hackers on TikTok, where it immediately became popular. The gadget has the ability to read a credit card number through a wallet and trousers, among other things.

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