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I understand that part of the plan for the BB was Man in the Middle attacks, which is why I am running into an issue with one of the payloads I am playing around with. In an enterprise environment the system, unless its a laptop, may not cache credentials that you may have obtained. This being said if the user is not currently logged into the machine or has not logged in for a while, the system will attempt to reach out to a log in server. If the BB is the route the system takes to reach the internet, then the computer will throw an error like this All of that being said, i think a feature that may be helpful would be to allow for configuration of the Ethernet modes. This would allow you to set the connection to slower than most networks or maybe having no connection to the internet. This would also help when you do not wish to interrupt internet connectivity for the device. I cannot say that you cannot configure this already, but I can say I do not know how to configure this and that I am curious as to how I would do this.
So, the original way the BB works is just fine. copy your files, run. save, done. but why bother copying? With my new "payload" called ConfigPayloads, you can use a config.txt file simply supply the directory of the payload you want to run, and presto manifesto, you're all done. On top of that, the old way left you wondering which payloads you have where. No longer! with one file to show you the directory you are pointing to, you can quickly see your configuration! quickly swap out payloads and easily see which payloads will be ran! The best part is that this change is COMPLETELY BACKWARDS COMPATIBLE! That's right folks! If you want to go back to using the switch1, switch2 folders you can! just rename or remove the handy dandy config.txt and you're right back to basics! Enjoy! https://github.com/hak5/bashbunny-payloads/pull/106 (pull request pending)