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  1. Awesome! Thank you. I was just about to ask if I could edit the arming mode payload too.
  2. I'm not finding "/payloads/arming/payload.txt".
  3. ju663rn4u7


    I saw that in your old thread. I was looking for an Apple keyboard.
  4. ju663rn4u7


    Great list of USB ID's: http://www.linux-usb.org/usb.ids
  5. No, it's not. This is: Firmware Recovery If the Bash Bunny fails to boot more than 3 times, it will automatically enter recovery mode. The LED will blink red while the file system is replaced by the backup partition. DO NOT UNPLUG THE BASH BUNNY DURING RECOVERY This process takes about 3 minutes. When complete, the Bash Bunny will reboot as indicated by the blinking green LED.
  6. Ok, that didn't fix my problem. But I got the bright idea to jump on OSX and it deleted. Problem solved.
  7. This needs to be in the wiki. Restore the Bash Bunny from the recovery partition: Set the Bash Bunny switch to position 3 (arming mode) Plug the Bash Bunny into a USB power source. The LED will momentarily light green. As soon as the LED goes off, unplug the Bash Bunny. Repeat the previous step twice more (for a total of 3 times) Plug the Bash Bunny into a USB power source and leave for 4 minutes. The LED will light RED to indicate recovery. When the light returns to BLUE blinking, the Bash Bunny has recovered.
  8. Even just some Restore/Recovery instructions would be handy. I can't seem to find any.
  9. Ran the BlackBackup payload and I might have pulled the BB while it was doing stuff. I think the loot folder got corrupted and now nothing will delete from the directory. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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