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  1. I am having trouble using GET TARGET_ID in payloads. To verify it's this specific command causing the trouble, I set up this short script: ATTACKMODE RNDIS_ETHERNET LED STAGE3 Q DELAY 3000 GET TARGET_IP # Check target IP address. If unset, blink slow red. if [ -z "${TARGET_IP}" ]; then LED FAIL2 exit fi LED FINISH and indeed it ends up blinking red. Firmware is 1.3. Any idea? Or is there something wrong in the script? Thanks!
  2. Not sure if this is the appropriate location or not, but I remember in an earlier version of the firmware, their was a get infusion available. What is the background on this? Why has it been removed? Tried to look around the modules in the firmware to see if it became built into the firmware and couldnt find it.
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