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  1. 1 hour ago, Da31 said:

    the light I received was a solid red light and remained so even when I inserted the sd card

    this doesn't seem right... you should never insert the SD card *after* you have plugged in the Ducky, the SD card should be inserted in the Ducky when it's "cold", i.e. *before* plugging it in to the computer where the payload is to be used

  2. I guess the support for the Tetra (and the Nano) will continue to get "lackier" as time goes. They are part of past generations now and won't get official support any longer (see link below). It's of course possible to continue to develop and use modules for them, but my simple guess is that the absolute majority of users will slide over to the Mk7. That's where the future is when it comes to tech ananas. It's like living in a small village, the young seekers move to the flashy cities and the old ppl stays and in that case you have to repair your tractor yourself ūüėČ

    https://forums.hak5.org/topic/53040-new-version/?do=findComment&comment=332402

     

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  3. You can always try to push for a return of the Ducky.

    The only way I can see you could get more help here is to describe all the steps you make in detail (from very start to finish) so that ppl here can try to find something that's missing in the process. Other from that, only a "hands on" support scenario is the way forward as I see it, but that could be difficult if you don't have anyone close that can assist you irl.

  4. In order to give advise, I need to know a bit more about your situation. Have you tried any of the ideas that you describe in the post? If so, what parts do you have problems with? Reading between the lines, I can't seem to get the feeling that you have tried anything yet and it's just an idea at the moment. I can't see why it wouldn't be possible to combine payloads into one as you aren't cemented to use only one predefined payload that you grab from GitHub per switch. You could create a "monstrously" big combined script and execute it using just one switch. If you are studying in a program that will get you a bachelor's degree, I'm pretty sure you are knowledgeable enough to get it all working. My advise as of now is simply to place the SMBruteBunny payload into one of the switch positions, adjust is as needed and get it working fully against the intended target. Then add the LaZagne part to the same payload. Finishing it all by displaying a "hacked" message to the user shouldn't be that much of a challenge as I can see it.

  5. If trying to track (geographically) iOS devices using version 14, it can be a bit of a challenge since they randomize mac addresses for that specific reason (making it harder to be tracked as you move). It was (is?) a default feature of Android 10 as well, but not sure if it's enabled by default on other versions. However, I don't really see the use of trying to track (read; stalk) someone with a Kali box. Then you have to be in close proximity, so you will know the location of the individual anyway.

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  6. What versions of Ubuntu have you tried? The ifconfig command is used by the wp6.sh script file, but ifconfig isn't a part of later versions of Ubuntu per default. Hence the error messages that you get from the wp6.sh script file (and also adds to the fact that it doesn't work since there's no ifconfig command to bring up interfaces, etc.). If you don't want to rewrite the wp6.sh file yourself using the ip command (or such equivalent in newer Ubuntu versions), you can install ifconfig using the command below and see if the wp6.sh script gets a bit more successful. The same goes for the route command that also throws errors in your script output, it's a part of net-tools.

    sudo apt install net-tools

    Connecting using a Windows machine shouldn't be any problem. I normally don't use/access my Nano that way, but I hooked the Nano up to one of my Windows boxes and followed the instructions on Hak5 Docs (link below) and it worked without any problems at all.

    https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360010555473-Internet-connection-sharing-over-Ethernet-in-Windows

  7. If you insert the USB Rubber Ducky, then it should not show up in the Explorer. But, if you remove the SD card from the USB Rubber Ducky, insert the SD card into an SD card reader and then plug the SD card reader into a PC, it will show up in the Explorer.

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  8. What test did you run to verify the USB port? Have you tried the Ducky on several computers or just one? The "howto" I posted previously works, so in that case the Ducky might be faulty. Submit a ticket @ the Hak5 Shop for further assistance. I would try the Ducky on more computers than just one first though.

  9. It will be saved where you tell it to be saved when running java to encode the script. If you run it as in my example above, it will be put in the folder where you are located at the moment when executing java. If you want to direct it elsewhere in the file system, you just add the path before "inject.bin", such as; /root/inject.bin

  10. The Mk7 has had the following message for a while now in the shop, and if it was 6 days ago that you placed your order, then you where most likely "included" in that backorder.

    "This item is currently backordered. Shipping estimate: 10-15 days."

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  11. Is this the same problem as the one you posted in a thread less than 24 hours ago or is this something else you need the answer for?

    https://forums.hak5.org/topic/53746-usb-not-recognised/

     

    Download duckencoder
    https://github.com/hak5darren/USB-Rubber-Ducky/blob/master/duckencoder.jar

    Make sure you have access to java on the PC where the USB Rubber Ducky payload script will be converted to an inject.bin file

    Create a payload script for the USB Rubber Ducky using a text editor of choice, for example:
    DELAY 5000
    GUI r
    DELAY 3000
    STRING notepad.exe
    ENTER
    DELAY 3000
    STRING Hello World

    Save the file as script.txt (or any name of choice)

    Encode the payload script file to an inject.bin file
    java -jar duckencoder.jar -i script.txt -o inject.bin

    Put an SD card in an SD card adapter/reader

    Insert the SD card adapter/reader into the PC on which the inject.bin is located

    Remove any existing inject.bin on the SD card

    Copy (or move) the newly created inject.bin to the SD card

    Eject/unmount the SD card safely

    Since the example Ducky script above is a payload that is to be used on a Windows PC, we need just that, a Windows PC

    With the Windows PC started and logged on as any user suitable, insert the USB Rubber Ducky in a USB port of the Windows PC

    Wait for the payload to execute on the USB Rubber Ducky

    Done!

     

  12. Have you tried connecting to the Nano with some other client than the Kali based Raspberry Pi?

    If you ssh into the Nano and run ps ax | grep [n]ginx , does it show a running nginx process (or two actually, a master and worker process). Is the master process started with the /etc/nginx/nginx.conf file as a parameter?

    If you cat the /etc/nginx/nginx.conf file, does it contain a server segment specifying port 1471 and server name pineapple?

    These are things that normally shouldn't change at all, but just to make sure you have a running web server on the Nano to accept client requests.

  13. I just went through the steps in the Hak5 documentation web page (linked below) about allowing internet connection sharing and it all worked without any problems. I tried it on a fairly recent install of Windows 10 Home (2004, fully updated) that has never been touched before by the Bunny. One thing to pay special attention to in the article is step 5 as it might be misinterpreted as step 4 has been recently read. It's easy to let the brain jump to conclusions when heading over from step 4 to step 5. First (in step 4) you read "Identify Bash Bunny interface" and then in step 5 it's easy to just read "Right-click interface" and forget the part saying "Internet" making you click the Bunny interface. This is crucial though. My guess is that many right click on the RNDIS interface representing the Bunny instead of the adapter that offers internet connectivity. You shouldn't right click in the Bunny interface in step 5 but the interface on the computer that normally is used for internet access. In the sharing drop down list, the Bunny interface (such as "Ethernet 2") should be selected as said in the step by step instruction. I didn't install any tools on the Bunny, or such, that has been mentioned in some post in this thread. I just followed the article and it works.

    https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360010554193-Sharing-an-Internet-connection-from-Windows

  14. The RTL8812AU is known to produce issues with the Nano, it just resets/reboots when trying to bring the interface up. I have no current status for the other chipsets that you are listing, but I have adapters equipped with those chipsets so I could give them a try sometime in the near future if I get some time for it. The USB WiFi adapter that I'm successfully using with my Nano is based on Ralink RT5370 (the same that is sold in the Hak5 shop).

    https://shop.hak5.org/products/ralink-usb-wifi-rt5370

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