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I have added a script to set the background image of a windows 10 ( might work on other versions also..) https://github.com/hak5darren/USB-Rubber-Ducky/wiki/Change-the-background-to-MyLittlePoney-(win10) Regards Keld. rubberduckcode.txt
Hey guys, first post here, big fan of the show. Long story short, I'm making a frontend GUI for pianobar, and need to run a small shell script and poll a file every half a second or so, and am having difficulty finding easily-understandable documentation on creating the background process thread within the swing framework. If anyone shows interest, I can post some code snippits. Thanks in advance! -TGYK
This is my first payload - it works with Mavericks and doesn't require any password input. It downloads a 1920x1080 trollface picture and sets it as the desktop background. If you want a different picture just change the url. And if you want the new picture to have a relevant filename, make sure you change it on both the "curl" and "osascript" lines DELAY 1000 GUI SPACE DELAY 200 STRING terminal DELAY 2000 ENTER DELAY 1000 STRING cd ../Shared ENTER STRING curl -o 'trollface.jpg' 'http://khongthe.com/wallpapers/entertainment/trollface-1080p-32389.jpg' ENTER STRING osascript -e 'tell application "Finder" to set desktop picture to POSIX file "/Users/Shared/trollface.jpg"' ENTER edit: After trying different combinations of delays, I found the above to have the most consistent success out of the several I tried (still not applaudable though). The whole comand-space, search, launch process on OS X seems to be a bit fickle. Does anyone have any tips to shave time off and/or have it be more consistently successful?