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  1. Capsos

    No Loot

    Happy New Year All Been checking the updates with the auto updater and new payloads. Ive ran a few on a older laptop i use for training encase i Fook it up..... Well ive tried a few of them now and all the RGB flash to the correct sequence. I have tried it with the Laptop in locked and unlocked and neither time when i check i have a empty loot folder !! Any ideas ? I have tried disabling my Security protection just in case but still nothing ! Thanks in advance
  2. It's probably something really simple but my bunny almost never saves anything to the loot folder. It creates the directories within the loot folder, but no matter what payload I use, nothing. It doesn't even save log files. With multiple reflashes of the base firmware (the three times unplugged method) and even after the 1.1 update I still can't get my bb to save any logs or files that it creates. I've tested this on a Mac and a win10 box. I'm also gonna say that I have installed the tool kit but I'm not sure how to update the Ducky script on the new firmware and since the .deb file hasn't been released yet and I don't want to tinker with anything "under the hood" Could the lack of an updated ? platform be the issue? I had the same issue on the 1.0 update even though the Ducky update script installed fine. Or am I missing a chmod somewhere?
  3. Ran the BlackBackup payload and I might have pulled the BB while it was doing stuff. I think the loot folder got corrupted and now nothing will delete from the directory. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  4. Greetings, Would anyone care to provide the most current means for "saving loot." Whether that be echo "${X}" > /root/udisk/etc or mv $file to /root/udisk. I'm sure both work, but I have had no luck saving anything run from a payload to the disk on the BashBunny. I just cannot figure it out even scraping through all the payloads posted on github. It's kind of crazy. I made a payload to test directories while using switch 1 or 2. Such as below, it's simple. Yet I'll get a green led saying that /see/more/butts is a directory! It makes no sense. Even if I change /root/udisk to /udisk it still lights green. I had a payload that used the echo write method for saving information to a file. But when I went to check the loot in arming mode, the payloads folder was gone! It just disappeared. :D I had to do a recovery and the first time, it failed. Second time worked a charm, but I wouldn't be surprised if my permissions or something is now even more messed up. It is working normally in every other context though. But I thought I'd ask as I don't want to brick the BB experimenting further. (! = not. -d = directory.) #!/bin/bash if [ ! -d "$(pwd)" ]; then LED R else LED G fi if [ ! -d "/root/udisk" ]; then LED R else LED G fi if [ ! -d "/see/more/butts" ]; then LED R else LED G fi
  5. Good afternoon my fellow tech enthusiasts. Got my bashbunny today in the mail (Thanks DK!) And I set up the install.sh payload and have it updated to use Payloads like quick creds. And on multiple windows boxes, it creates the folder, the sub folder in loot but with nothing inside. Same thing for any payload that requires to write it's output to USB. Am I missing some kinda permission I need to chmod? I've used some of DK's official scripts. Now while I may not be proficient in coding, it doesn't take a guru to see that the same issue across multiple payloads and Attack vectors to narrow down the scope of the issue. Anyone else have this issue? Anyone have a fix? I'd post results if I had more time to play with my Bunny. Thanks in advance!
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