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    No LEDs

    When I (ahem, he) plugs the BB into a test computer the normal LEDs come on (green, blue, magenta) depending on the switch position. On a test computer (in arming mode), LEDs are fine and the BB can be accessed, payloads can be modified, etc. When the BB is plugged into the test computer in switch1 or switch2, LEDs come on and files are created as expected. However, when plugged into the actual victim machine for testing, no LEDs come on for switch1 or switch2...nothing, not even the Green boot LEDs. I even tried arming mode and still nothing.
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    No LEDs

    Hi everyone! Have you ever run into an instance where the Bash Bunny LEDs do not even come on? Asking for a friend...
  3. Hey folks, I have been trying to incorporate the Packet Squirrel into a project I am working on (hence my recent posts) however when I plugged the PS in today I had something odd happen. I am trying to work with the a printer on a network and without using the packet squirrel I can ping the printer and run nmap scans with goods results. However, when I add the PS to the equation (and connecting it as per the PS user guide) my nmap scans now result in "host unreachable." Granted, I still have a loot folder created and I have a pcap file...which is good. Additionally, I can check on the stat
  4. Can I run multiple payloads...say in switch 1 (tcp dump)? I need to do a tcpdump BUT I also need to run an ngrep payload. Should I combine them (can I combine them?!) into 1 payload or will that make the packet squirrel barf??
  5. I think I can answer my own question with is option...ngrep! Going through the tutorial:
  6. Hello everyone! I was hoping someone could possibly help with an issue I am running into. I am using the Packet Squirrel to do a collect info for a printer on my network, however, something else that I would like to incorporate is an SSLKEYLOGFILE environment variable. Is it possible to create this variable via a Packet Squirrel collect? Or could I possibly write a script to create the environment variable from the Packet Squirrel collect? Thanks much in advance for any advice!
  7. Hello everyone! I was hoping someone could possibly help with an issue I am running into. I am using the Packet Squirrel to do a collect info for a printer on my network. However, something else that I would like to incorporate is an SSLKEYLOGFILE environment variable. Is it possible to create this variable via a Packet Squirrel collect? Could I possibly write a script to create the environment variable from the Packet Squirrel collect? Thanks much in advance for any advice!
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