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N3Ar

How To Defend Yourselve Against The Ducky

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Hey guys,

You might already know it, but the ducky fails when the os is configured to use a different keyboard layout than the US one. <_<

Therefore anyone who uses a dvorak or an azerty keyboard, will get error such as : "hey! we don't know what c;d is!"

However, control, shift, win key, enter and some letters are common to all keyboard layout (if we forget dvorak, asian ones & arabics, Colemak, neo, non-Latin alphabetic such as russian... :huh: ).

I think it may be possible to change the used layout with only those keys, I'm working on it ;)

For those who want a litle list :

control, shift, win key, enter, tab, caps locks, menu; ertuiopsdfghjklxcvbn

in facts you lose all numbers, special characters aqzw ^^$

I'll make soon a list of function working "worldwide"

N3Ar @ http://N3Ar.co.cc

edit :

here are some "internationals commands" :

Bootcfg

Chcp

Chdir

Chkdsk

Chkntfs

Cipher

Cls

Color

Convert

Copy

Cprofile

Del

Dir

Diskcopy

Doskey

Echo

Eventtriggers

Exit

Fc

Find

Findstr

Finger

For

Fsutil

Ftp

Ftype

Goto

Gpresult

Help

Helpctr

If

Ipconfig

Ipxroute

Irftp

Lodctr

Lpr

Nslookup

Ntsd

Openfiles

Pentnt

Ping

Popd

Print

Prncnfg

Prndrvr

Prnjobs

Prnport

Pushd

Rcp

Recover

Reg

Regedit

Relog

Reset session

Rexec

Route

Rsh

Sc

Secedit

Set

Shift

Sort

Subst

Tftp

Title

Tree

Type

Typeperf

Unlodctr

Ver

Verify

Vol

Xcopy

note that, you might be able to use "ipconfig"; but u can't use "ipconfig /all" caus of the slash

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Anyways it's not a problem for *nux users :

just type

>> setxbk;ap us

>> setxbkmap us

one will raise an error, but the other one will correct the keyboard layout.

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