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  1. Hey all, I spent last night coming up with a fun prank that Runs a script in background that will download pictures of my little pony (or whatever else you'd like, just change the urls to the pictures) and randomly sets that as their desktop background every 45 minutes - 5 hours. You can change number in for loop to decide how many times it will change their background. Hope y'all have fun with it! EDIT: Link to PR: https://github.com/hak5/bashbunny-payloads/pull/236
  2. My first payload, wanted to make something simple and cross-platform to try and learn the platform. Please give any feedback (I can't test on OSX myself) you may have to help me improve my payload writing! Features I'm looking to add that I need help with in a future version: - Loop so that the video opens multiple times before ending payload - Ability to crank up device volume while executing payload ######## INITIALIZATION ######## LED SETUP # Use RNDIS for Windows. Mac/*nix use ECM_ETHERNET ATTACKMODE RNDIS_ETHERNET #ATTACKMODE ECM_ETHERNET ######## ATTACK PHASE (WINDOWS RUN PROMPT) ######## # Use this version if user cannot use CMD (lacking perms or something similar) LED ATTACK # Open run prompt Q GUI r Q DELAY 200 # Open web browser Q STRING microsoft-edge:// #Q STRING chrome Q ENTER Q DELAY 100 # Enter RickRoll link & enter it Q STRING https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ Q ENTER ######## ATTACK PHASE (WINDOWS CMD) ######## #LED ATTACK # Open CMD #Q GUI r #Q DELAY 200 #Q STRING cmd #Q DELAY 100 #Q ENTER #Q DELAY 100 # Opens default web browser with video, cleans up cmd window #Q STRING start https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ && exit #Q ENTER ######## ATTACK PHASE OSX / *nix) ######## #LED ATTACK #Q GUI SPACE #Q DELAY 200 #Q STRING terminal #Q DELAY 100 #Q ENTER #Q DELAY 1000 #Q GUI n #Q DELAY 1000 #Q STRING open https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ && exit ######## FINISH ######## LED FINISH Github link: https://github.com/GlitchingGogo/BashBunny-SimpleRickRoll
  3. In the spirit of april fools, I ported the original UnifiedRickRoll to windows, so you can easily switch between apple and windows computers and still get the same effect. https://github.com/hak5/bashbunny-payloads/pull/139
  4. 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
  5. In the spirit of April fools, I've thrown together a payload that will rick roll every device you plug into at a specified time. It types up a script in the terminal (which at the specified time will crank up the volume and rick roll the target), runs it, sends it to the background, and closes the terminal so that the process can sit until the trigger time. Let me know if you'd like to see this do anything more! https://github.com/hak5/bashbunny-payloads/pull/139
  6. I'm stuck while working on a prank payload. While the target computer is locked or logged off, I'm trying to find a way or see if it's even possible to copy a single file from the BB onto the target computer either into multiple Users folders or searching for a specific named file and replacing them with the file on the BB. Since the target computer would be locked or logged out, using the command prompt or powershell scripts is out of the question. I'm thinking that anything done would have to be solely done on the BB side, setup as say the SMB_Exfil payload only in reverse with the BB setting up as an SMB server, copy the file from the BB to an SMB temp folder, pulling the targets IP, and either copying the file over to the target computer or searching for a file name within the target computer from the IP address and replacing it with file. I'm just thinking out loud since I'd started working on this and using a CMD script to do the job (which works so far, but I'm still testing it), but wanted to see if it was possible to remove the CMD script for this to be accomplished without needing to be logged into the computer. If it takes learning python to write a script for the BB to be able to do this I'll do it, but I'd rather ask if anyone else thinks or knows it would be possible. Any thoughts?
  7. Hi! i'm about to buy a usb teensy and I got an idea about pranking other students about changing the wallpaper image and redirect to a youtube video. I have seen a guy mentioning darrens wallpaper idea but i want to change from an online image
  8. You may have to change some delays and this was tested on windows 10. Ps: I know this is simple just didn't see anyone post about it and thought some of you guys might like this. More codes scripts and videos to come be sure to check me out on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/everythingdigital1 and my website http://everythingdigital1.com/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- DELAY 500 REM *** Bypass UAC *** GUI r DELAY 250 STRING powershell Start-Process cmd.exe -Verb runAs ENTER DELAY 5500 ALT y DELAY 500 STRING cd \ ENTER STRING cd %userprofile%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup ENTER REM *** Delete update vbs file if already exists *** STRING erase /Q update.vbs ENTER STRING copy con update.vbs ENTER STRING dim speechobject ENTER STRING set speechobject=createobject("sapi.spvoice") ENTER REM *** Change text in quotes to what you want computer to say *** STRING speechobject.speak "Hello user I am watching you" ENTER CONTROL z ENTER REM *** Exit *** STRING EXIT ENTER
  9. I can't get my first payload to work, I've also tried ones made by others but that doesn't work either. Here is the one that I made that doesn't work at all: DELAY 200 WINDOWS d DELAY 500 MENU DELAY 300 STRING I DELAY 40 STRING K DELAY 300 WINDOWS r DELAY 700 STRING mspaint ENTER DELAY 1200 CTRL v DELAY 500 CTRL s DELAY 1000 STRING %userprofile%\Pranked ENTER DELAY 500 ALT f DELAY 400 STRING B DELAY 1000 ALT F4 DELAY 300 WINDOWS d I encoded it on the website and other payloads seems to work just fine, the language is Sweden. P.S This is intended for laptops, I don't know the command for a button we have called fn, which is required inorder to take a screenshot, you can't just press the screenshot button.
  10. Hi there, I'm new here and I wanted to share a basic script that i wrote. It just opens up your webbrowser and navigates to the site http://fakeupdate.net/. On this site you can find many fake installtion videos, in this case i'm using the Windows 98 one. This script is just a basic one, for other beginners like me... Here's the code: REM FakeUpdate v.1.0 REM This basic Script just opens the website fakeupdate.net, where you can find videos of os installtions... REM Author: fachsimpeln WINDOWS d DELAY 500 WINDOWS r DELAY 500 STRING http://www.fakeupdate.net/windows98/index.html ENTER DELAY 1000 F11 I hope you like it, fachsimpeln
  11. hello, anyone can help me to create a script to download a picture and put it to wallpaper. thank you
  12. This is a modified version of the OS X Youtube blaster. That one's link format no longer autoplays. This one also loops because why would you want to only listen to it once? If Rick's not your style, just swap the video id (oHg5SJYRHA0 in this case) for whatever you'd like. DELAY 1000 GUI SPACE DELAY 200 STRING terminal DELAY 2000 ENTER DELAY 1000 STRING osascript -e 'set volume 7' ENTER STRING open https://youtube.googleapis.com/v/oHg5SJYRHA0%26autoplay=1%26loop=1 ENTER
  13. Another payload for pranking! This payload will create a folder on the victims desktop called "Porn". Then it will dowload a trollface photo called yougottrolled.png and put it in the folder and then copies it many times. Then the console closes and you can unplug the rubber ducky. The only thing you have to edit it is on the 13th line, edit the user at the end. Please reply, doesn't matter what you say. I just want to see if I am wasting my time about something that no one cares about. DELAY 3000 GUI R DELAY 500 STRING cmd DELAY 500 ENTER DELAY 2000 STRING cd desktop ENTER DELAY 250 STRING mkdir Porn DELAY 250 bitsadmin /transfer NETFX /download /priority normal http://images.gutefrage.net/media/fragen-antworten/bilder/25980263/0_big.jpg c:\Users\%username%\Desktop\Porn\yougottrolled.png DELAY 5000 ALT-F4 DELAY 500 GUI R STRING Porn ENTER DELAY 1000 ENTER DELAY 500 CTRL-A CTRL-V DELAY 250 CTRL-V DELAY 250 CTRL-V DELAY 250 CTRL-V DELAY 250 CTRL-V DELAY 250 CTRL-V DELAY 250 CTRL-V DELAY 250 CTRL-V DELAY 250 CTRL-V DELAY 250 CTRL-V DELAY 450 ALT-F4
  14. 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.
  15. Here is my first little ducky program. You plug it it opens a youtube url and puts it in fullscreen. This could work awesomely on any kind of kiosk machine where you have a usb port available (physically). During my test sometimes it didnt work the first time I entered it on different machine, my guess is if you change the first delay youll have it working. It seems to be depending on how long the computer takes time to install the new device. anyways here it goes. REM Title: Youtube Roller REM Author: Aprizm REM Description: This scripts opens a youtube video in fullscreen and puts the browser in fullscreen REM Option : if you change the link of the video dont forget to change the watch with watch_popup to have it fullscreen also add &loop=1 at the end to make it loop forever DELAY 5000 GUI r DELAY 50 STRING http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=qTkFw4q8CZw&loop=1 ENTER DELAY 1000 F11 [/CODE] enjoy :) ps: the link used in the code is kind of a EPIC SAX player and it goes for like 1h . (loop code added to the url) Peace codaz
  16. Hey guys, I just got my Rubber Ducky in the mail the other day and decided to put it to use around my office teaching my coworkers to lock their screens. I wasn't having any luck with some of the other wallpaper replacement payloads (it looks like setting a background from Paint doesn't work very well in Windows 7 for some reason), so I took a slightly different approach. At least half of this was borrowed from You Got Quacked by Caleb Hutchinson. Thanks for the solid foundation! Have fun everyone!
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