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  1. BIOS is predecessor of UEFI, yet to create an bootable ISO image file for USB or optical media from USB recovery station content for an EFI system, I guess another boot image file will be needed. The situation here: I created an recovery medium on USB for Windows 10. At that moment I didn't realise the recovery station is from a EFI system. And the disc I created the recovery station on was way too big, so I could have cloned it to other media, but I choose to create a digital ISO image file of it. To make the ISO file on USB media bootable for a EFI system, the ISO image file should cont
  2. i cant find a fake counter for the ducky and this code is for the teensy, anyway to alter the code to get it to work on the ducky? Tried using this but the payload wouldn't work for me. thanks in advance! void setup() { pinMode(ledPin, OUTPUT); // declare LED as output delay(10000); } void loop(){ keyboard_modifier_keys = 0; if (counter <= 9999){ delay(8000); digitalWrite(ledPin, LOW); delay(5500); digitalWrite(ledPin, HIGH); sprintf(pin, "%04d", fakecounter); //sending first digit Keyboard.press(pin[0]); delay(450); Keyboard.release(pin[0]); dela
  3. Hi all, i bought a rubber ducky recently for bypass the EFI password like Teensy 3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXMiX-Bybsw But when typing the password, just type 1 ore 2 dot in the password case and after type enter, sometimes make nothing... anyone know the issue for that? Thanks in advance. Sorry for my bad english because i'm from belgium...
  4. Hey everyone, I created payload to find MacBook Air efi 4 digit PIN, but the problem is that after 3 wrong attempts you have to wait 1 minute. After 3 other attempts 5 minutes, and then 15 minutes and so on... Is there another way to find that dam'n PIN? My script was like this: STRING 0000 ENTER DELAY 1000 STRING 0001 ENTER DELAY 1000 STRING 0002 ENTER DELAY 1000 and when I enter the 3-rd PIN wrong I have to wait
  5. Does anyone have the payload (or script) to brute force Mac's efi 4-digit pin? I would really appreciate it...
  6. Hi Guys, I'm seeking help and would like to have a discussion about booting Linux on Apple hardware using an EFI boot loader. Probably not going to be a popular suggestion considering one of your sponsors is System76 but I thought I'd give it a try regardless. I came across a great tool called "Mac Linux USB Loader" which is still under heavy development. "This is the Mac Linux USB Loader, a tool allowing you to take an ISO of a Linux distribution and make it boot using EFI." http://sevenbits.github.io/Mac-Linux-USB-Loader/ https://github.com/SevenBits/Mac-Linux-USB-Loader
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