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  1. Anyone out there with the same problem on the Rubber Ducky? The Windows 7 box I'm testing it on does not give focus to the UAC popup and therefore I can't get past the UAC control and all my scripts that do anything useful always fail. I can't be the only one with this problem? It's not really a Ducky issue, as I can reproduce it typing the commands manually, but again, why does MY popup not have focus if everyone else's in the world does? I feel .... special.
  2. As a newbie to the wold of hacking, but with a strong technical and computer background, I'm not sure if I'm qualified to speak on this. With that said, I will open my mouth and perhaps sound like a fool: I was not enlightened by the book. Too thin, not detailed enough, doesn't go deeply enough and at the same time, doesn't offer much step by step instruction. In fact, it asked more questions than it answered. I am still unable to do anything 'useful' with my pineapple. Most features in the GUI are un-intuitive to me, seem to contradict settings in other pages, and are never explained well enough for me to feel comfortable with the Pineapple. For example, there are two radios built in. I have the optional third in the USB port. It's never clear to me which radio maps to which internal device and why. There are about five internal devices referenced, so how is this flowing and how does it add up? To make the learning curve worse, when I change from screen to screen on the Pineapple, settings that were set and saved on previous screens sometimes disappear or often randomly reset or are turned off. Bottom line is I want to like the product, but the book has not empowered me to do anything but log SSIDs and client Mac addresses. I don;t know how to do anything of interest or use with that information. I wish there was a better book, better integrated help and especially - help on all the many new modules which are completely undocumented within the app. I can imagine it a difficult task to write something that covers the theory of hacking along with the specifics of the Pineapple, but I'm waiting and looking for more books if they are out there.
  3. Broti, Thanks for the reply. No, unfortunately this isn't the case. I can reproduce the problem outside of Duck world simply by opening up the Run box and typing a typical command like: "powershell Start-Process notepad -Verb runAs" When I press Enter, after a short moment, a DOS window pops up, followed immediately by the UAC dialog box pop-up, but it does not have focus. I believe the DOS box has focus. Pressing 'n' or any of the arrow keys does nothing. What I can do is Alt-Tab until I manually see the UAC dialog gets focus, then I can press 'y' or use the arrow keys, but without focus, I can't touch that dialog box. Because there is no reliable number of forward OR backwards Alt-Tab strokes that can always get the UAC popup to have focus, I can't think of a way to make this work. Can't see what would be unusual about my Windows 7 configuration and why this doesn't seem to be a huge issue for everyone else? In the mean time, I can't think of a reliable work around. Have you heard of this before? Thanks, Steve
  4. I just got my new Ducky today but I'm getting no love with anything else but Hello World :( The problem seems to be the UAC security. I'm using Windows 7. The command ALT y does not work. It's not a delay issue, I played with that to all extents. It seems to be a focus problem where the ALT y is being sent to another window as the UAC Window does not have focus when it pops up. Am I the only one with this issue? Is there a reliable work around to bring focus to a specific window or anther fix? Without being able to get passed the UAC check, the Ducky would be rather Sucky. No offense, it's a cool gadget, I couldn't stop the rhyme! Thanks Steve
  5. Don't hate me because I'm a Newbie. Whats worse, I don't really know Linux. I was hoping with the Nano I wouldn't need to SSH in. So scary! My question: Is there a resource that provides tutorials and more details on the many cool plug ins now available? I've seen everything I can find on YouTube but many of them are using a Linux command line shell and I am hoping that I can use the GUI on the Nano. There are so many cool things I know can be done with this unit but without knowing more I feel useless and sad :( Please point this geeky enthusiast to any Nano specific "cookbooks", PDFs or Videos you may know of so I may some day not be a Newbie. Thanks folks! Stevels
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