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  1. Produced due to demand: a merge of the multi-duck (former Naked Duck, now know as Detour Duck), and the Twin-Duck firmwares. Duck will initially mount as Mass Storage Device. Numlock - triggers payload 1 (inject.bin) Capslock - triggers payload 2 (inject2.bin) Due to memory restrictions, as both payloads are loaded into Ducky memory - you are limited to 2048-Bytes of instructions! Also only one payload can be triggered, so you have a choice payload A or payload B. NOT BOTH!!! Download: http://code.google.com/p/ducky-decode/downloads/detail?name=cm_duck.hex&can=2&q= ~~Snake
  2. New version of the standard Duck firmware: duck_v2.hex New version of the USB Mass Storage firmware: USB_v2.hex Exactly like duck.hex (version 1). So why the release? VID and PID control is now easier - and can be achieved without re-flashing the firmware. How, I here you ask? Simple create vidpid.bin on the root of the sdcard. Use a hexeditor to write the first 2x bytes for the VID, followed by another 2x bytes for the PID, having a hex editor installed on the sdcard, allows easy manipulation of the VID & PID of the Ducky. ~~Snake
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