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  1. There's a pretty funny prank that many of you may already know about, that would be cool to turn into a USB Rubber Ducky prank attack. The concept is based upon creating an infinite boot loop in the target windows system. The physical access method for creating the attack without a ducky is described on this YouTube video. Essentially the command sequence: shutdown -r -t 10 -c "Your Message Here" Is created as a shortcut and saved into the startup folder so that when the victim turns off and then restarts their machine, it goes through an annoying reboot loop. It was hidden in the video as a shortcut named Internet Explorer and having the icon to match....clever. The prank is harmless since simply holding down the SHIFT key can cease implementation of startup folder actions to allow the victim to clear the shortcut script from their STARTUP folder. Being able to use the power of the Mighty Rubber Ducky to quickly automate the prank on a target would be cool. Having the Duck do the prank via Powershell would be nice. That's the concept...I'm off to make a stab at my first ducky payload. If you beat me to it, please share your results.
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