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  1. Has anybody been able to mitm a printer which was using a (windows) print server? I tried running default payload 1: tcpdump to sniff traffic going to a printer. I read the payload and saw it put the PS into transparent netmode. Hookup: [printer] --CAT5--> in-[PS]-out --CAT5--> [wall-jack-to-switch] The printer is hardcoded to a specific IPv4 address and uses a print server for spooling. Whenever the PS is placed inline, all systems & print-server say the printer is no longer reachable. Confirmed by pinging the hardcoded IP of printer that it is not reachable. PS boots up fine (blue-blinky) then starts payload, even though the printer's not available I still sent a print-job waited, hit the PS button and connected it back to my attack platform. The payload didn't seem to have run, as there was no "loot/tcpdump" folder created. The fact the printer dropped off, makes me wonder about transparent mode as well. Pretty sure there's no port-security, the other network segments don't have it. I also tried swapping the in/out cables to the PS and rebooted it, still no success.
  2. Would it be possible to have the BashBunny emulate a USB printer with Plug & Play driver which automatically gets loaded for Windows devices?
  3. Hello all, Sorry to ask another CMD/Batch question, I'm still learning and having way too much fun ;) I'm trying to add a printer using... rundll32.exe printui.dll,PrintUIEntry /in /n "\\servername\Printer Name" ... which works great IF you know the full name of the printer you are trying to add. If I use Windows 7's Control Panel > Devices & Printers to add a printer, I can select; Add A Printer > Add A Network Printer > The Printer I Want Isn't Listed > Find a printer in the directory and then type in a small section of the printer's name and it will find it. For example, one of our printers is called 'Q123 HP LJ MFP M880 on SERVERNAME' but I can find it by simply typing in Q123. Is there a way that I can get the batch command to add the printer using something like... rundll32.exe printui.dll,PrintUIEntry /in /n "Q123" ... and get the system to do the same kind of search it would do if I went through the control panel (automatically search our print server for a name like 'Q123' and install it?) I have trawled the internet for a while looking for this info, but was unsuccessful in finding anything that didn't state to input the full name of the printer. Thank you in advance. *edit* Amended grammar/spelling.
  4. On of the guys I work for wanted to print some documents from his iPhone and iPad. I started looking up software. Seems only a few printers work with iPhone and iPad. I would have thought that any network attached printer would work. But they are not all airprint compatible. The printer he's wanting to print to is a LaserJet P2030 series. I wasn't sure if there was an app that would work for this. There is a Windows machine there as well. So I had thought about setting file sharing betweent he phone and and Windows machine so he could drag and drop the documents to the PC and use a VNC viewer to print from Windows but that is a lot more steps than just printing from the iPhone. So is there an easy work around for this?
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