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  1. Just curious if anyone knows if it would be possible to connect the BashBunny to multiple hosts simultaneously? I understand that the BashBunny probably wouldn't be able to run a normal payload (I.E. HID, Serial, etc.) to multiple systems at a time unless it was running as an Ethernet Adapter, but I was wondering if it is potentially possible as it can run a DHCP Server that can hand out multiple addresses. I.E. If you were able to obtain access to a server room or other location where there are multiple hosts that the BashBunny could be connected to at the same time (since servers are generally stacked in a rack) and have a payload execute upon issuing an address to said hosts. Maybe like using a USB Female to Female adapter connected to a USB Hub and using USB Male to Male cables to connect to the hosts. Just some food for thought and possible research. **Obviously, there would be some major research, scripting, and automation involved to create such a payload.
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