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I am not 100% sure on how this pertains to the USB rubber Ducky but today when i was on my windows system i noticed that when ever i plug in a new mouse or any HID device commodo comes up asking if i want to allow it (as part of defense +). Now this cuppled with the secure setting in commodo (set a password and tell it to suppress warnings with a decline all unless password is supplied) would theoretically block the Ducky no?

Any feed back is welcome it is just an idea i got today when i noticed defense + did these with HID devices

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I am not 100% sure on how this pertains to the USB rubber Ducky but today when i was on my windows system i noticed that when ever i plug in a new mouse or any HID device commodo comes up asking if i want to allow it (as part of defense +). Now this cuppled with the secure setting in commodo (set a password and tell it to suppress warnings with a decline all unless password is supplied) would theoretically block the Ducky no?

Any feed back is welcome it is just an idea i got today when i noticed defense + did these with HID devices

This would most likely block the ducky. But you can always name the ducky HID device as a trusted device

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  • 4 weeks later...

I think the reason it pops up is that when you plug in a new USB device, windows installs the drivers for it, (thereby modifying the registry) and it asks you if you want to allow it. With my settings, this happens quite often.....

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