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I saw Darrens video yesterday and thought how his improvements that could be made to the BashBunny. Sometimes, windows defender removes malicious files and therefore it could be smart to use read only storage. But I He said that you could read only storage and exfiltrate the files via network. But I would like to see an improvement made to the bash bunny, to have an read and write exfil partition on the bunny. So one partition where all the payloads and stuff like that are read only but it will also have an partition to exfiltrate small files without the need of network. Ping: @Darren Kitchen
With the HID drivers in the Bash Bunny, is there any way to read the status of the caps lock, num lock, and scroll lock keys? I ask because with a Teensy 3.2, the status of these keys can be read and it has some nice benefits for the type of HID attacks that can also be done with the Bunny. As in, I've programmed a Teensy to wait until the drivers are loaded before starting an HID attack. It does this by pressing num lock until it registers a status change. Another nice feature is that I have a way to send the Teensy feedback from Metasploit when a shell has been successfully created for the computer that is being attacked so that the Teensy will flash its LED. This would be a nice addition to the Bash Bunny. If anyone knows if these key statuses are accessible, let me know. I'm happy to try to get it working. I'll do some digging around myself as well. Link to my Teensy code is below. https://github.com/sn0wfa11/HID-Attacks - sn0wfa11, OSCP
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)