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  1. Hi, How possible is it to create another mass storage partition on the bash bunny that can be booted from on another computer? Most payloads with the Bash Bunny require the device to be unlocked which makes attacks impossible when device is locked. If you could use the bunny to boot into a recovery os on a computer you don't know the password for a lot of the time passwords is easily removed and circumnavigated, making attacks possible again. Thanks, Dylan.
  2. Hi, I want to use my 8GB USB stick as a multiboot USB which can boot into useful tools like ophcrack and kali. I have seen that Hak5 have many videos on this topic including Multipassing usb's, Katana and such. Some of these are as old as 2006. I am interested in using Katana, but I would like the most up to date USB toolkit, from 2014/15. If you need any more info, ask. Thanks!
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