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  1. @Sebkinne I continue my work and make a test making a packaged node js app installed on the user computer. Because i like terminal based ui i make this :

     

    • 1) the doc, the changelog, the status of the software (up to date or not) , the author  and contrinbutor. (look at the attached file)
    • 2) allow you to paire your bb with the software (manage payload and extension profiles  and maybe more)
    • 3) manage payload, browse repository, display payload description ,install , uninstal, check update  and maybe more.
    • 4) the same for the extension
    • 5) Help, maybe faq

    Any other idea ?

     

     

    bash Bunny Manager.tiff

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  2. On 14/09/2017 at 8:42 PM, datguy_dev said:

    Oh well, peace out. I'm not going to buy another. May try the Rpi Zero route sometime down the road though. 

    I'm not sure you will succeed doing the same thing easily with a RPI 0 without resulting to a big ugly not cased pcb with lot of cable.

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    Search for "bricked." There are numerous threads and thus this is "yet another" one of those threads. Those are your words, not mine. 

    With all the respect i must use when answering to a bb user :

    BB is not a toy, it's a pentest tool which require some technical awareness. If you don't have skill i'm quite sure it will be useless for you. And even if you want to try to play with it, please always RTFM, avoid having dumb and inappropriate use of your bb (playing with switch when plugged in is a inappropriate use on my mind)

  3. 1 minute ago, Dave-ee Jones said:

    It's very clear what he was asking, he was clearing having trouble with the tools.

    Yes, but i fear that it will be less clear when a user will talk to us with klingon xD

  4. 2 minutes ago, jafahulo said:

    You can run unix commands in the payload - those will run on the bb itself, not the target computer. (someone correct me if I'm wrong)

    If you want to run commands on the target machine, you will need to open a terminal on their computer.

    It's exactly what i said no ?

  5. Hi,

    I'm still working with my BB, i am actually work on disabling the wifi on OSX with this command

    networksetup -setairportpower en0 off"

    According to my test, if i good understand, in payload you can use directly all command supported by unix (the operating system of the BB). For all other OS specific command we must open a terminal, and :

    Q STRING "networksetup -setairportpower en0 off"
    Q ENTER

    Is there any way to run os specific command in the payload without opening a terminal ?

  6. 1 minute ago, Sebkinne said:

    Thanks, that's appreciated! I'll post more information once I get some time for the Bunny again.

    Ok, take your time i will work on my side on project to learn more and more on BB. Feel free to send me a PM

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