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  1. Testing the BashBunny for use on a physical pentest/red team engagement but noticing a huge problem with using this device for a real world assessment. Mainly, on a Windows 7 x64 desktop, the initial driver install process took over 2 minutes to install. After initial drivers are installed, my payload initializes and finishes within 10 seconds which is great if only I didn't have to install the drivers first... What makes this issue even worse is that the BashBunny doesn't wait until the drivers have been installed before executing the payload which means you need to unplug/re-plug the de
  2. Hi Everyone, Is there a Max Delay for the Rubber Ducky? Let's say I wanted to give the rubbery ducky a 5 minute delayed start, a locked PC for instance, but I know someone will be back in 5 minutes. Can I put a DELAY 300000? What's the max? Thanks, D
  3. Hey guys, So one problem I am having with the ducky is each system takes a different amount of time to recognize the ducky and get the drivers sorted out. I know adjusting the initial delay is a way around that, but is there a way to not start the attack until the button is pressed? So you plug it in, the computer recognizes it, and when you think the computer is ready you press the button and then the attack starts. It would avoid the guess work in the initial delay by cutting it out completely, you would manually tell it when to start the first attack. That way you don't start injec
  4. Hi everyone, recently I got into using rubber ducky with android phones/tablets. The keyboard shortcut for accessing home (like pressing the home button) is Win key + ESC or Alt + ESC. If I plug normal usb keyboard to the android device, both shortcuts works perfectly. If I try to simulate same shortcut on rubber ducky, it does not work. Any idea what might be causing that? Ducky script IS executed (I put some STRING before the shortcut to test it and it was written down). DELAY 1000 STRING Testing DELAY 400 ALT ESC DELAY 400 GUI ESC I have a feeling the ALT + ESC or WIN + ESC is execute
  5. First of all I would like to apologize for being a complete noob to this. I have a specific need, to create a VERY simple payload which will refresh a screen overnight in order to not log out of a program. What I need is a 10 second delay when the duck is plugged in, followed by the F5 key, followed by a 10 second delay, followed by the F5 key etc, etc, ... This sequence would need to be repeated for 12 continuous hours until I was able to return to the terminal. Can anyone please help me to generate a payload (my first) to run such a program? is it possible? Keep in mind that I am a humble sa
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