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  1. Hello, I posted this same question under the Applications&Coding section but thought it would probably fit better here and it doesn't seem like I can delete the old post. So anyway...here is my question: I was playing around with the MacPDFExfil payload on my Bash Bunny and as expected it worked fine. I however tried to modify it a bit and ran into some trouble. I wanted the BashBunny to look for .jpg, . jpeg and .png files all at the same time and put them into the loot folder. Changing it to only one of them is no problem but I couldn't figure out a way to look for all 3 file types at the same time. Moreover, I wanted the code to have an history -c and then the killall Terminal to leave as little trace of what I did as possible. Obviously that didn't work either. Replacing the killall Terminal with history -c works fine but having history -c and then killall Terminal didn't work. I played around with it and either I got an error or the last part (killall Terminal) just didn't show up at all. Last but not least I would also like to remove the /loot folder that is created on the target machine itself. If someone could help me with that I'd appreciate it a lot. Thanks
  2. Hello, I was playing around with the MacPDFExfil payload on my Bash Bunny and as expected it worked fine. I however tried to modify it a bit and ran into some trouble. I wanted the BashBunny to look for .jpg, . jpeg and .png files all at the same time and put them into the loot folder. Changing it to only one of them is no problem but I couldn't figure out a way to look for all 3 file types at the same time. Moreover, I wanted the code to have an history -c and then the killall Terminal to leave as little trace of what I did as possible. Obviously that didn't work either. Replacing the killall Terminal with history -c works fine but having history -c and then killall Terminal didn't work. I played around with it and either I got an error or the last part (killall Terminal) just didn't show up at all. Last but not least I would also like to remove the /loot folder that is created on the target machine itself. If someone could help me with that I'd appreciate it a lot. Thanks
  3. Hello there, I was thinking about putting my wifi pineapple in my backpack and using it in the go. However two antennas always look out of the bag and that's kinda stupid and gets me unwanted attention. My question now is if it it possible to remove 2 of the antennas and using the wifi pineapple with the other two remaining ones so they don't stick out. I know that for some router you have to leave the antennas connected because otherwise it damages the device but maybe it's different for the wifi pineapple? If not I'll probably end up buying a WiFi pineapple nano.
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