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Jonny_Walked

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hey guys i just saw the rubber ducky segment and i am really keen to get started but i have a problem i own a mac but i want to make my ducky to work on windows or if possible both.

what i need to know is can i use mac OS X to build a ducky for a windows box and if so what code do i use and what do i need to get to make it all work.

if not how can i go about this.

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Yes. I built Psyduk on my Macbook, and used my Windows box (and VMs) and Linux VMs to test and refine.

You can build payloads in Arduino (C++ with a crappy IDE), or in raw C. If you want to do it in C, you'll need CrossPack.

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Yes, the rubber ducky works on all platforms including mac. To get started the best thing you can do is explorer the hak5 wikis, as well as the teensy website. I also suggest that you familiarize yourself with the Arduino IDE, and teensy example code. Search the forums, many have come up with tutorials and examples. maybe do a bit more research before asking?

Use the ducky safely ;)

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