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  1. Woohoo I got it - thanks midnitesnake! @tulgeywood - Download Hex Fiend (http://ridiculousfish.com/hexfiend/ - or any other hex editor) and create a new file and type 05AC0221 and save that in the root directory of your microSD card as vidpid.bin (which will tell the paylodee computer that your Rubber Ducky is an Apple USB keyboard). This will only work if you've updated the Ducky's firmware. More info about that can be found here: https://code.google.com/p/ducky-decode/wiki/Flashing_Guide and here: https://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/32150-os-x-problem/
  2. This is a modified version of the OS X Youtube blaster. That one's link format no longer autoplays. This one also loops because why would you want to only listen to it once? If Rick's not your style, just swap the video id (oHg5SJYRHA0 in this case) for whatever you'd like. DELAY 1000 GUI SPACE DELAY 200 STRING terminal DELAY 2000 ENTER DELAY 1000 STRING osascript -e 'set volume 7' ENTER STRING open https://youtube.googleapis.com/v/oHg5SJYRHA0%26autoplay=1%26loop=1 ENTER
  3. This is my first payload - it works with Mavericks and doesn't require any password input. It downloads a 1920x1080 trollface picture and sets it as the desktop background. If you want a different picture just change the url. And if you want the new picture to have a relevant filename, make sure you change it on both the "curl" and "osascript" lines DELAY 1000 GUI SPACE DELAY 200 STRING terminal DELAY 2000 ENTER DELAY 1000 STRING cd ../Shared ENTER STRING curl -o 'trollface.jpg' 'http://khongthe.com/wallpapers/entertainment/trollface-1080p-32389.jpg' ENTER STRING osascript -e 'tell applicat
  4. Bumping this because I updated the firmware and it still pops up when I put it in a new Mac (they've all been running 10.9 for what it's worth). It's unclear to me what to do regarding the VID/PID.
  5. I got the firmware part of it. Install Homebrew if you haven't already (info here: http://brew.sh/) Cliff notes here: ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.github.com/Homebrew/homebrew/go/install)" Then brew install libusb-compat Then go back through the dfu-programmer readme instructions and presto you should be good to go. Oh, and it didn't work for me when I said "sudo ./dfu-programmer..." but it worked for me if I dropped the "sudo ./" and just started with "dfu-programmer..." edit: As for the keyboard setup assistant not popping up the first time, I have not yet been successful.
  6. Would also appreciate an answer to this.
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