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  1. Ello everyone, I am very new with the ducky, and I am looking for some help. As I understand, powershell must be installed for any of the "Duck Toolkit" payloads to work. I was interested in DNS poisioning, but I cant get it to work correctly. I even tried to remove the command prompt section and have an administrative cmd already up and running before I plugged in my ducky. Everything went smoothly, but it still did nothing. I have disabled all my anti-virus programs and even tried a few random other DNS poisioning/host mod scripts that I randomly found on here and other websites. No luck. Is there a way to: 1. copy "hosts.txt" (pre-created file) from my single ducky sd card to the \Windows\System32\drivers\etc folder 2. delete "hosts" file in \Windows\System32\drivers\etc folder 3. rename "hosts.txt" to just "hosts" Please, no powershell. It seems pretty simple, but I still have no idea what I am doing.
  2. I know how to edit the systems hosts file to point a url to a local server rather than a public dns... Can I direct a path to a file on the same machine EX: If i open firefox and go to www.wikipedia/elephants.com i want it to open the saved version i have in my documents rather than the ip address of wikipedia.
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