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  1. RIP the Legend of Snake

  2. RIP Snake; 42

  3. Snake is gone?

  4. check, it should be in this zip file: Duck Programming.zip
  5. have you put the ducky in DFU mode, my constantly pushing the little black button while inserting it into the computer?
  6. Just reminding folks on some of the different flavours of the firmware that are already available.
  7. Yes your doing the right thing. There used to be a website called www.usbrubberducky.com (full of ducky resources) - it got owned, now the URL redirects to these forums.
  8. Should not really matter, are you having problems? Duck Programming vanished with usbrubberducky.com, people were asking so I made the original available.
  9. Depends on the payload: HID - Yes USB(FAT Duck) No! Multi/Detour Duck - Yes Composite/Twin Duck - Yes. Multi-Composite PoC - Yes
  10. Speed is limited to the open source spi protocol, the connection interface to the sdcard. Sd has its own proprietary interface/protocol which is faster but costs $$$. This would affect licensing and cost of ducky. Trying to keep software as freeware & open source as much as possible. I'm afraid you'll have to live with slow speed. Corruption - never had problem, 1st sdcard was faulty , replacement still working fine. Sdcard loading times, your right smaller the quicker. I get by with cheap 256/512mb.
  11. Q1: No see above. Q2: The chip is a micro-controller, not an actual full-blown OS, its pre-programmed with a set of instructions triggered/executed by a series of interrupts.
  12. Did a clean install today on Windows7, XP should work in a similar manner. Installed Flip. Inserted Ducky (in dfu-mode, continually hold the ducky's button as you insert the ducky, if its not in dfu-mode - you were not pushing the button, and you can not flash the ducky) Performed Manual Driver install (see pics) Worked perfectly - I didnt have to modify/copy any additional binaries or environment variables If this doesnt work, you might have a dead-duck. My advise would be to contact the hak5 shop (shop@hak5.org) for an exchange.
  13. The overlap warning is to do with the boot loader - but that area of memory is protected and cant be overwritten. I was worried the first time I flashed my Ducky, I have since flashed the Ducky approx 80x with no adverse affects. From checking my system, I did the following steps: Install Flip Install Atmel Driver put firmware.hex in same directory as program.bat Atmel Driver ---------- I inserted the ducky in dfu mode (holding the Ducky's button down) When Windows couldnt find the driver, I did a maunal install (sometimes a wizard will pop up, sometimes it wont) Control-Panel ->Hardware & Sound -> Add a device -> select atmel-dfu -> manually search for driver -> point to unzipped atmel-driver folder -> ok ->done If windows has installed a gernic driver, you have to go through device manger -> update driver, and then manuall select the relevant inf file from the atmel-driver folder.
  14. To adapt Darren's simple script to generate android.txt on OSX, you need Mac Ports installed and you need to install gsed (gnu-sed), as gnu-sed is slightly different to OSX's default bsd-sed. port install gsed[/CODE] then: [CODE]echo DELAY 5000 > android_brute-force_0000-9999.txt; echo {0000..9999} | xargs -n 1 echo STRING | gsed '0~5 s/$/\nWAIT/g' | gsed '0~1 s/$/\nDELAY 1000\nENTER\nENTER/g' | gsed 's/WAIT/DELAY 5000\nENTER\nDELAY 5000\nENTER\nDELAY 5000\nENTER\nDELAY 5000\nENTER/g' >> android_brute-force_0000-9999.txt[/CODE] Not sure whats going wrong with cygwin?
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