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  1. Ive seen very few Mac payloads so I figured I would give it a try. Uses a HID/Storage Attack to create a system profile including the following information: Terminal history. Current clipboard contents. List of users on the system. ifconfig data. Systems WAN IP. All login items set to start up with the system. List of installed Applications from /Applications. pull request #195 https://github.com/jdetmold/bashbunny-payloads/tree/master/payloads/library/recon/MacProfiler
  2. i updated with my mac no issue
  3. I have tried on two systems both mac's and since 1.1 using ATTACKMODE ECM_ETHERNET the target does not get a dhcp ip it ends up with a self assigned. seems to work fine on windows systems with NRDIS. Can anyone else test and see if they get the same thing?
  4. not sure if you mean me, but after doing a factory reset mine started working normally, not sure what was screwed up with it the first time
  5. Still not sure what the issue was but I got so frustrated I did a firmware recovery and after resetting up the bunny the exact same was as last time it seems to work now...... I like the bunny more today
  6. possibly the same issue in Canada? although my pc language is set to US is this what you guys are experiencing?
  7. you will have issues if you pick an ip range that the client or pi connect to on wireless so i just picked one I'm not likely to run into
  8. Sure, I have only ever done this with a zero w. of course the ip range is just what I selected randomly you can adjust them as need be just keep in mind if you set it to something on the same network as your wifi or the clients network you will have issues. first install dhcp apt-get install isc-dhcp-server set the dhcp option /etc/dhcp/dhcpd.conf ddns-update-style none; authoritative; log-facility local7; subnet 10.99.140.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 { range 10.99.140.10 10.99.140.100; option routers 10.99.140.1; option broadcast-address 10.99.140.255; defaul
  9. yeah... computer language is set to English US though :( and haven't changed language on the bash bunny
  10. yeah i tried that... from my first post: STRING \$Bunny \= \(gwmi win32_volume -f \'label\=\'\'BashBunny\'\'\' \| Select-Object -ExpandProperty DriveLetter\) in my bunny outputs this to notepad $Bunny = (gwmi win32_volume -f <label=<<BashBunny<<< ~ Select-Object -ExpandProperty DriveLetter) if you see anything wrong with the escaping please tell me because I have no ideas
  11. this is driving me crazy! it seemed to work for about 15 minutes tonight, then trying again it didn't..... it would be great to get an official response about how escaping should work so I could know if it's me or the hardware. some things seem to escape with ' some with \ none of the payloads that use any sort of special char work for me at all.... maybe that means it's not me but rather the hardware? i would think it should work with the payloads from the git?
  12. this one worked for me the down side is there is no dhcp server by default so although it does seem to work you need to wait a long time after plugging it in. To install a dhcp apt-get install isc-dhcp-server then set a static ip for the usb0 interface, and configure your /etc/dhcp/dhcpd.conf & /etc/default/isc-dhcp-server if you need more details on configs just let me know.
  13. That would do it but I have only used nano, notepad++ and Brackets (a mac programing editor)
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