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Also, in Firefox, pressing Ctrl+L takes you to the location bar, with all the current text selected.

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If the target machine is Windows you can just type out the http://URL in the run box and it will open with the default browser.

Ah! Thanks protocol! The script I am writing is so that when the ducky is plugged in, it loads up a bunch of browsers and starts playing rick-roll forever in every single one. :) *insert troll face here*

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You could use the wget download script to download a RIckRoll wav and save it as "Windows Logon Sound.wav" in the appropriate folder. :p

@Protocol. Ahh, I did not know that. I've uninstalled IE and every other browser. :p

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There's also this payload. Uses a VB script to open a webpage and also supports opening of multiple tabs. Made specifically for IE.

REM AUTHOR: overwraith
REM MOBILETABS.TXT BEGINS
GUI R
STRING cmd /Q /D /T:0a /F:OFF /V:OFF /K
DELAY 500
ENTER
DELAY 750
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 RUN THE VB SCRIPT TO LAUNCH INTERNET EXPLORER
REM THE DOUBLE QUOTES BECOME MORE IMPORTANT FOR LONGER URLs
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

I'm thinking you also might want to take a look at the DNS poisoning payloads. Modifies the Hosts file and makes the web browser go to someplace unintended.

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I'm thinking you also might want to take a look at the DNS poisoning payloads. Modifies the Hosts file and makes the web browser go to someplace unintended.

ooohhhh. That sound very interesting gonna have to check that out, sounds very cool!

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