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  1. It's possible, depending on how abused the USB port is, however unlikely. But I have repaired computers so badly abused that it wouldn't even start up because the 5V line was shorting out to ground, I had to bend the whole computer USB port back in shape just to stop the short. Usually things are not that bad, but sometimes people bend those USB drives every which way. It's usually not hard to move them to a different port just to see if that is a problem or not. A simple test.
  2. One other thing to try, if possible, try a different USB port on your computer. and sometimes switch the USB2.0/USB3.X port as well
  3. so i believe mac addresses cannot be forwarded, and switches (typically) have 2 networks that they normally bounce data across (usually one WAN and one LAN). is it possible that the ARP packet i s coming from the side that is not connected to the E3000? Or is it a static ARP entry being added by the switch's OS?
  4. this is maybe not exactly what you are looking for, but the "arping" took is also very handy to interact with the ARP level
  5. In my experience, SD cards are quite fragile, and can get messed up very easily. Do you have an extra one lying around you could try? Or maybe a brand new one? It's something simple to try to see if that might be the problem.
  6. for the error "solid red light", according to the stock firmware here: https://github.com/hak5darren/USB-Rubber-Ducky/blob/master/Firmware/Source/Ducky_HID/src/main.c line 225 appears to be where it could be getting hung up at. mem_test_unit_ready(LUN_ID_SD_MMC_SPI_MEM) appears to not work for some reason. some kind of memory problem. question, what size SD card are you running in the ducky?
  7. This is an experiment, i don't know if this will work or not, because I don't have a way to test it, but I added in a CTRL+ALT+SHIFT feature to the DuckiesqueUI IDE: https://github.com/slacker69/DuckiesqueUI the release v0.2.1b has the new feature
  8. Can I add your powershell script to the quick scripts? Is there any other short codes you would like me to add?
  9. Yep, I got the slash and backslash keys reversed. Thank you. New version is up
  10. Cool, I'm glad it helps! I have plans to add a new feature too, some quick script buttons that allow loading of basic functions at the current cursors location, like GUI r for instance. If you have any ideas you would like me to add, I will do my best to see if I can implement them (as long as it's not too difficult, lol)
  11. I have fixed the problem of + for =. Thank you for discovering it!
  12. No problem. It was in the works when you first posted this message and I kinda had to race to get it released, if there are bugs or something's not working the way it should let me know so I can update and fix the bus. Thanks!
  13. A DuckyScript IDE, with syntax highlighting, code execution and testing, and inject.bin file generation. Windows, MacOS, and Linux compatible. Rapid Protocoding Toolkit for the USB Rubber Ducky https://github.com/slacker69/DuckiesqueUI Releases are here: https://github.com/slacker69/DuckiesqueUI/releases
  14. The source says version 2 main.c: line 37, static char *vidpidFile = "A:\\vidpid.bin"; https://github.com/hak5darren/USB-Rubber-Ducky/blob/master/Firmware/Source/Ducky_HID/src/main.c maybe try "USB_v2.1.hex"
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