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  1. So recently i have purchased a BadUsb ATMEGA32U4 USB as one in this image https://www.ebay.com/p/MicroSD-Virtual-Keyboard-Badusb-USB-TF-Memory-Keboard-Atmega32u4-Module/13011086107 and when i plugged it in it seemed to work fine until i uploaded a script to it and after that itll only turn on when i press the button on the usb i want to reset the usb so i can use it again
  2. From what I've gathered reading through this forum for the past 20 minutes, the interceptor is the community project that birthed the Packet Squirrel. What I want to know is, why even bother with the Pi/Packet squirrel? In Irongeek's implementation, he used a pi zero with an ethernet-usb adapter. Now, in 2018, we could use a pi zero and an usb/ethernet hub along with another ethernet adapter to achieve the same functionality. But, what was stopping them from using an arduino pro mirco/nano with 2 ethernet adapters and just logging everything to an SD Card? I may just be pandering, but I don't really have the money for a $50 mitm packet capturing device, so I was just wondering why it didn't work out when implemented using just an arduino, 2 ethernet adapters, and a micro sd adapter. I think that'd be a lot cheaper than a packet squirrel. Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't the interceptor just collecting packets, or is it forwarding them across the net?
  3. Hi there, Can I use teensy 2++ to use BadUSB exploit like a rubber ducky ?
  4. I'm wanting to take an idea from this TED talk, which talks about converting information into a form that the brain can decode and understand subconsciously, and apply it to gaming. I think I'm going to want to view RAM in real time, convert it locally on the computer, and then ship it off to an Arduino which will then output it to vibration motors. I want to experiment with: A) Dumping all of the RAM in real time to an Arduino to spit out on vibration motors, and B) Dumping only the RAM for specific processes I've seen RAMMap, but that looked more like a RAM analyzing tool, not something that could view RAM in real time to be exported to an Arduino. Does any one have any ideas on how I can view RAM in realtime? If you have thoughts on any other part of the project, let me know! Thanks!
  5. Hey all, I'm interested in compiling Ducky Script to c++ that will run on an arduino. I would like to take ducky scripts such as the Wallpaper prank, and be able to easily put it on an arduino without having to modify any code myself. Why use an arduino? I have a lot of them, and I would like to take advantage of them. While I did manually write the code for the wallpaper prank in c++ last night, I would like the process to be streamlined by a compiler. I've done some research already and have tried out a few compilers that people have made, such as the Duckuino compiler, but the ones I've found are buggy and throw errors when the arduino IDE is compiling the c++ produced by the Ducky Script compiler. My question is, does anyone know of a working compiler that will take Ducky Script and push it to valid arduino code; or should I just fix the bugs in the Duckuino repo? Let me know if you need more info, or if I'm unclear anywhere. Thanks!
  6. Hi Guys, I'm pen-testing my fathers business network and I am using the Arduino Micro to input commands into the command Prompt. However when the Arduino try's to input an email address to email a log back to the 'hacker' the @ symbol in the Arduino script appears as an " in command Prompt??Any help is appreciated.Many ThanksCharlie
  7. I have been experimenting with connecting an Arduino to a Pineapple. This might be possible by using the GPIO pins but I have used the serial interface. In this experiment I have an RGB LED Matrix connected to an Arduino and the Arduino connected to the serial interface. The Arduino waits for events to happen on the Pineapple. In this case I send a 'Connect' event to the Arduino if someones connects to the Pineapple. This is followed by a message string (the number of succesfull connections). The connect event triggers an animation and the number of connections is shown on the LED Matrix afterwards. It is fairly easy to catch all kinds of events and trigger an action, for instance a succesfull WPS attack. This is probably not very useful in a pentest but I had fun building it :) Watch the video here: https://vimeo.com/87283079
  8. The Duckuino I recently learned that the Arduino Leonardo and the Arduino Micro are both capable of pressing keys as an HID. Instantly I thought of USB Rubber Ducky and Duckyscript. I had some spare time, so I decided to write this, Duckuino, a simple Duckyscript to Arduino converter. It's not very pretty, but it seems to be reliable. Features: Convert Duckyscript to Arduino(Duh!) Basic program memory storage(works better with large programs than traditional SRAM) Arduino code and Duckyscript combo! (fairly buggy in some places) What was that about Arduino code alongside Duckyscript? Due to the nature of the converter, quite a bit of Arduino code can be programmed inside the Duckyscript before conversion. This is useful for things the program doesn't auto-add such as loops and if statements. Known bugs: Letters may occasionally get offsetted For some reason the usage of 'CTRL C' doesn't work but 'CTRL c' does... Examples: Input: DELAY 100 STRING Hello world! I am Duckuino! ENTER CTRL ALT DELETE Output: void setup() { Keyboard.begin(); delay(100); print(F("Hello world! I am Duckuino!")); type(KEY_RETURN); press(KEY_LEFT_CTRL); press(KEY_LEFT_ALT); press(KEY_DELETE); Keyboard.releaseAll(); Keyboard.end(); } void type(int key) { Keyboard.press(key); Keyboard.release(key); } void print(const __FlashStringHelper *value) { Keyboard.print(value); } void loop(){} IMPORTANT NOTE: I am not responsible for anything evil you do or generate with this. Also, this program will only work on Arduinos that support the keyboard library. I'm not the best at Duckyscript so I apologize if I've missed any commands or functions, feel free to contribute and/or download here: https://github.com/Plazmaz/Duckuino If you've made something cool with Duckuino, I'd love to hear about it, send me a PM or post a reply! EDIT: Almost forgot to give credit to http://ctrlaltnarwhal.wordpress.com/2012/10/31/installing-usb-rubber-ducky-on-3rd-party-devices/ for the idea!
  9. Another experiment with connecting an Arduino to a Pineapple. The same will probably be possible by using the GPIO pins but I used serial. In this project I have connected my antenna to a directional Alfa antenna. I mounted the antenna to a servo so I can rotate the antenna just by sending some commands to the Pineapple. For now I used a bash script to send the commands to the serial port, but it is perfectly possible to make an infusion for this. The only command that needs to be send to the Arduino is the number of degrees and the antenna will rotate to this angle. Watch the video here: https://vimeo.com/87356058 Wiring scheme: Arduino source code is on: https://github.com/Sail0r/Pineapple-Arduino
  10. A bit of back story as to why I started this project. I'm a student in Sweden and I'm still learning Java, and I love the work that have been done to the USB Rubber Ducky, but cannot afford to buy one as of yet :( So I thought why not use my old Arduino Uno R2 to do the work. But soon I realized the Arduino Uno R2 did not support USB-HID with its Atmega8U2 chip that converted the usb into serial, so I was bummed down for a while. But just recently I started to research more about Arduino Uno R2 and its Atmega8U2. I found a very useful blog post (link) about someone that had created a .hex file that could be flashed in DFU-mode to Arduino's Atmega8U2 chip to enable HID support, the only downside to this was that it removed the ability to upload Arduino code to the Arduino itself so you have to go back and forth from the normal state of the Atmega8U2 and the keyboard state. When I finally got everything working and I could send key presses through the Serial.write function I started working on a converter that would convert DuckyScript to the Arduino so I could get a semi working USB Rubber Ducky. It took me a weekend and i was happy with the first conversion program. As of today I have improved on it a bit but there is still a lot of work left to do. But I think it is ready to be used for some simple DuckScripts. I would really love to hear what everyone thinks about this and how it can be improved. Features Allow you to convert most DuckyScript to the Arduino Only supports Swedish as keyboard language (multi language support is planned). Can handle pretty large DuckScripts (The base script is ~5.3KB) Can input key presses at a pretty fast speed (depending on the actual computer it might miss a keystroke since its using Serial functions). OpenSource! Source code https://github.com/thesymbol/DuckyScriptToArduino/tree/ba1d485dae6ccb5add5cf7c76d2ea75184fc2c67
  11. Hi gang, If you're familiar with Arduino boards, care to help out a newbie? I'm trying to go basic with a 16x2 LCD board, but all I can do is get it light up. I cannot get any text to display and I'm out of ideas. here is my code along with my wiring. pardon the mess, this is after trying different wiring configuriations in an attempt to show myself I sucked at the solder job. // include the library code: #include <LiquidCrystal.h> // initialize the library with the numbers of the interface pins LiquidCrystal lcd(12, 11, 5, 4, 3, 2); void setup() { // set up the LCD's number of columns and rows: lcd.begin(16, 2); // Print a message to the LCD. lcd.print("hello, world!"); } void loop() { // set the cursor to column 0, line 1 // (note: line 1 is the second row, since counting begins with 0): lcd.setCursor(0, 1); // print the number of seconds since reset: lcd.print(millis()/1000); }
  12. Hello, i have been looking into expanding my microprocessor and electronics knowledge. I dont have 100 € to drop on a arduino starter kit, so i looked around and found a resonable substitute the MSP430 launchpad it has a 16bit microprocessor and with just 5$ you have one programmable button and one programmable led its great for starters, but you can also expand i dont know what ports it has. I just posted this because i think it is really great for people who want to get into microprocessors and hardware and not pay that much. And also it didnt have any mentions on this forum yet. Here you can find some of the documentacion that i found the best for my case. MSP430 official wiki. A great tutorial if you are starting like me MSP430 Official page ARM Version of the Launchpad 13$
  13. I am working on a steampunk rifle prop prototype that if it works well will end up being a large commission for a theater costuming company. I am planning on hooking up a lightweight arduino to possibly play sounds but mainly to allow dimming electroluminescent tape and wire. Driving EL uses a 110vac inverter that takes 3.3vdc. Changing the 3.3 from the arduino is simple, but im trying to figure out how to modify the 110 side to dim it. I considered using a standard 1A dimmer switch for a light fixture, but having a small component that I could control electrically would be choice. Anyone have any ideas?
  14. Get ready for this: I'm wanting to make an Arduino controlled brain that I would tie into a car's audio system. some cars beep/bong/whatever when you turn the car fully over. Well this brain would be able programable to have whatever tone you want in place of the bing/bong/ting (whatever). My idea (Doctor Who fans, get ready) I want to have the Tardis sound play whenever I start my truck, for example. Anyone have any ideas? Not wanting to set this project in stone (yet), but just an idea I've been rattling in my mind for a while.
  15. Link to Kickstarter Post: http://www.kickstart...lopment-platfor In short, a dual microcontroller dev platform powered by a PIC and an ATMEGA and allows dual control of the 44 IO ports. Oh and it's only $17! So guys and girls, what ideas can you think of for this hardware? I'm thinking some sort of exploit device or multi-use controller for LCD screens etc.
  16. Hello Hak5, I wanted to inquire about the Arduino MEGA ADK R3 for Android plats. I have done some research in which I concluded there are a PLETHORA of uses with this board. Aside from the UAV drones, cool led light ties, and so on; what other purposes does the Arduino serve? I have never been into remote control plane flying (could never talk my parents into it as a kid). A LED tie is great for laughs, but not reason enough for me to purchase. On a side note, I have looked into the costs of the Arduino M.ADKR3 for Android and see there are knockoffs from China. Should I only purchase the OEM? Thanks meh people
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