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  1. Hi, in France we have ^ with a deadkey like you to type ô ê î â. But we have a direct acces with alt_gr + 9. Can you try that? ASCII_5E = KEY_RIGHT_BRACE, MODIFIERKEY_SHIFT Then in the payload something like that: STRING ^a ^ ^o Dnu
  2. What about using the composite firmware and adding a final command to erase the script with random data ?
  3. Hmm, I'm not sure to have programmed the ^ character because in french it's a dead key (^ then space) so I haven't tested this case. Have you an error or warning message during the encoding ? Dnu
  4. Wouhou /o/ Finally the source code is pinned !
  5. Have you try ALT LEFT_SHIFT to switch to US layout ? With the encoder 2.2.
  6. That's an interesting summary of the hard time you passed! It was so easy to dump the ducky with its limitations but you have done so good! Thank you Snake.
  7. Then type 3 or 5 wrong passwords and log the account with that wallpaper
  8. :D I do the same... then I coded an international encoder. It's now easy to create a foreign keyboard layout. Take a look at the properties files here: http://code.google.com/p/ducky-decode/source/browse/#svn%2Ftrunk%2FEncoder%2Fv2%2Fresources Wikipedia has a great page with layouts: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keyboard_layout You just have to map your ascii hexadecimal code on the qwerty layout. http://www.asciitable.com/ for the ascii codes. For example in french: a -> ASCII_61 = KEY_Q z -> ASCII_7A = KEY_W e -> ASCII_65 = KEY_E r -> ASCII_72 = KEY_R t -> ASCII_74 = KEY_T y -> ASCII_79 = KEY_Y If a character is missing a warning is prompted: Char not found:ASCII_72 Char not found:ASCII_70 Char not found:ASCII_6F Dnucna
  9. Hi jeffz and virus-84, I'm very happy that it works for you ! I was sure belgian works because it's very close to french, but for swedish it's a good surprise :) Thanks for the reply. Dnu
  10. That's weird... In the code if the modifier is alone it types the key. You can try "LEFT_GUI" or "RIGHT_GUI" to use directly the key. In fact WINDOWS and GUI have the same code (It's to be compatible with the encoder v1). if (instruction[0].equals("WINDOWS") || instruction[0].equals("GUI")) Perhaps GUI GUI can do the trick. I found a bug in strInstrToByte if(instruction.equals("WINDOWS")) return strInstrToByte("GUI"); Should be if(instruction.equals("WINDOWS")) return strInstrToByte("LEFT_GUI"); It's only activated when the instruction is CTRL WINDOWS for example. Not sure that it ever happens.
  11. It seems to be for a Teensy. First version of the Ducky. http://www.pjrc.com/teensy/ You code the firmware in arduino. Take a look at irongeek's website: http://www.irongeek.com/i.php?page=security/programmable-hid-usb-keystroke-dongle For each modification you need to flash the teensy. That's why the new ducky has a SD card reader.
  12. Hi, we don't have a payload list yet. You should take a look at kautilya or peensy. They have many useful scripts easily adaptable for ducky. Dnu
  13. Hi, you can try this encoder to use CTRL-SHIFT ENTER. You can use CTRL-ALT DEL too. Dnu
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