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  1. My first payload: Watch THE movie in the terminal LED ATTACK ATTACKMODE HID QUACK CTRL-ALT t sleep 1 QUACK STRING "telnet towel.blinkenlights.nl" QUACK ENTER LED FINISH ATTACKMODE OFF https://github.com/internetblacksmith/bunnywars
  2. This small part of a payload will open the terminal and hide it in the top left of the screen. This is done thanks to a built in tool that allows you to use AppleScript from the terminal. It is called osascript and can be used in many other ways. You can use this at the beginning of a large payload. REM Coded by HH1 REM hh1rimrock@gmail.com REM REM Target: REM “Mac OS X” REM REM Description: REM This script will open a Terminal window REM And then shrink and hide it in the top REM of the screen using osascript REM REM DELAY 1500 GUI SPACE DELAY 30 STRING “Terminal” DELAY 200 ENTER DELAY 500 STRING osascript \ STRING -e 'tell application "Terminal"' \ STRING -e 'set size of front window to {36, 36}' \ STRING -e 'set position of front window to {0,25}' \ STRING -e 'end tell' DELAY 200 ENTER REM REM You can add whatever you want to the end here REM Keep in mind a terminal window is alread
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