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  1. Saw a talk online at DefCon where someone had created a proxy server setup inject a hook into the js files a bit like Beef in kali combined with SSL stripping and MITM to grab passwords etc and thought this may be able to be used with the ducky by plugging into a computer and it automatically setting up a connection to your proxy server! For example, in Windows 10 you could use Win-Key + I to open setting and start typing proxy and hit enter to open up the right page then using tab to scroll down, then use up key to turn proxy on and keep doing the and enter the correct setup for your server
  2. I've been really frustrated over the past couple of years by VPN's disconnecting and leaking real IP's. It's never been a life or death issue for me, but it's plenty annoying and when I introduce people to the concept of a VPN or proxy and set them up with it I really want it to work without betraying them. I know that disconnects happen, especially when you've been connected for long periods of time. Can't change that. But is there some way to tell Windows, OS X, and/or Linux that "when this VPN [or proxy] gets disconnected I want you to disconnect from the Internet/Access Point and do not s
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