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I just wrote a payload on my Windows 7 desktop 64 bit computer, and took my ducky to another Windows 7 32 bit computer that I own, and the payload didn't execute on the 32 bit machine. It executes fine on the 64 bit version. The number of bits shouldn't be a problem though, because the ducky is just a keyboard. Does anyone have any idea whats going on? I am running twin duck firmware with the swappable VID/PID number. I also know for a fact that the payload is flawlessly coded.

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I just wrote a payload on my Windows 7 desktop 64 bit computer, and took my ducky to another Windows 7 32 bit computer that I own, and the payload didn't execute on the 32 bit machine. It executes fine on the 64 bit version. The number of bits shouldn't be a problem though, because the ducky is just a keyboard. Does anyone have any idea whats going on? I am running twin duck firmware with the swappable VID/PID number. I also know for a fact that the payload is flawlessly coded.

Are you sure that both boxes have the same dependants installed IE, Home, pro, enterprise: Each verson includes different pre installed programs etc.

What is the actual error and/or what happens on one box that the other does not.

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The only programs I was using was the cmd.exe and internet explorer. The payload was a modified version of the mobile tabs payload I implemented:

REM MOBILETABS.TXT BEGINS
REM HIDE COMMAND WINDOW
CONTROL ESCAPE
STRING cmd /Q /D /T:7F /F:OFF /V:OFF /K
DELAY 500
ENTER
DELAY 750
ALT SPACE
STRING M
DOWNARROW
REPEAT 100
ENTER
REM DELETE THE SCRIPT IF IT ALREADY EXISTS
STRING DEL /Q MobileTabs.vbs
ENTER
REM VB SCRIPT FOUND AT:
REM http://www.vistaheads.com/forums/microsoft-public-internetexplorer-general/438407-command-line-open-several-websites-multiple-tabs.htmlinternetexplorer
REM INPUT FILE MobileTabs.vbs
STRING copy con MobileTabs.vbs
ENTER
STRING on error resume next
ENTER
STRING navOpenInBackgroundTab = &h1000
ENTER
STRING set oIE = CreateObject("InternetExplorer.Application")
ENTER
STRING Set args = WScript.Arguments
ENTER
STRING oIE.Navigate2 args.Item(0)
ENTER
STRING for intx = 1 to args.count
ENTER
STRING oIE.Navigate2 args.Item(intx), navOpenInBackgroundTab
ENTER
STRING next
ENTER
STRING oIE.Visible = true
ENTER
CONTROL Z
ENTER
REM LATER WILL TYPE THE WEBSITES TO A TEXT FILE,
REM AND SEND THE FILE TO THE VB SCRIPT
REM RUN THE VB SCRIPT TO LAUNCH INTERNET EXPLORER
STRING MobileTabs.vbs "http://www.google.com/" "http://mwomercs.com/" "http://hak5.org/" "http://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/forum/56-usb-rubber-ducky/"
ENTER
 
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The only programs I was using was the cmd.exe and internet explorer. The payload was a modified version of the mobile tabs payload I implemented:

REM MOBILETABS.TXT BEGINS
REM HIDE COMMAND WINDOW
CONTROL ESCAPE
STRING cmd /Q /D /T:7F /F:OFF /V:OFF /K
DELAY 500
ENTER
DELAY 750
ALT SPACE
STRING M
DOWNARROW
REPEAT 100
ENTER
REM DELETE THE SCRIPT IF IT ALREADY EXISTS
STRING DEL /Q MobileTabs.vbs
ENTER
REM VB SCRIPT FOUND AT:
REM http://www.vistaheads.com/forums/microsoft-public-internetexplorer-general/438407-command-line-open-several-websites-multiple-tabs.htmlinternetexplorer
REM INPUT FILE MobileTabs.vbs
STRING copy con MobileTabs.vbs
ENTER
STRING on error resume next
ENTER
STRING navOpenInBackgroundTab = &h1000
ENTER
STRING set oIE = CreateObject("InternetExplorer.Application")
ENTER
STRING Set args = WScript.Arguments
ENTER
STRING oIE.Navigate2 args.Item(0)
ENTER
STRING for intx = 1 to args.count
ENTER
STRING oIE.Navigate2 args.Item(intx), navOpenInBackgroundTab
ENTER
STRING next
ENTER
STRING oIE.Visible = true
ENTER
CONTROL Z
ENTER
REM LATER WILL TYPE THE WEBSITES TO A TEXT FILE,
REM AND SEND THE FILE TO THE VB SCRIPT
REM RUN THE VB SCRIPT TO LAUNCH INTERNET EXPLORER
STRING MobileTabs.vbs "http://www.google.com/" "http://mwomercs.com/" "http://hak5.org/" "http://forums.hak5.org"/index.php?/forum/56-usb-rubber-ducky/
ENTER
 

this might be of some help....

The VBScript interpreter

(cscript.exe/wscript.exe) comes in two flavors on a 64-bit version of

Windows: a 32-bit version and a 64-bit version.

The 32-bit version can create and use 32-bit COM components only, and

the 64-bit version can create and use only 64-bit COM components.

By default, .vbs files are associated with the 64-bit version. You COM component is most likely a 32-bit one, hence the error.

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2429477/cannot-use-createobject-from-vb-scripts-on-windows-7

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