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So I've excitidly recieved my Rubber Ducky Exfiltrator and had a fantastic time loading a payload and running it. I'm slightly familiar with the Teens 3.0 but its been sometime. So my question is, whenever and whatever format I enter into the Send to FTP I always get the error that the input line was incorrect.

The ol

headerScriptError.png

Please ensure all variable fields are correctly filled in.

Please refer to the help section for more information on using the Payload Generator.

The help section wasn't very helpful or I'm very dense.

Please advise as to the "correct" to enter an FTP machine.

The current format I use is as follows.

Regards,

Taco

(ftp://username:pass@example.com)

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So I've excitidly recieved my Rubber Ducky Exfiltrator and had a fantastic time loading a payload and running it. I'm slightly familiar with the Teens 3.0 but its been sometime. So my question is, whenever and whatever format I enter into the Send to FTP I always get the error that the input line was incorrect.

The ol

headerScriptError.png

Please ensure all variable fields are correctly filled in.

Please refer to the help section for more information on using the Payload Generator.

The help section wasn't very helpful or I'm very dense.

Please advise as to the "correct" to enter an FTP machine.

The current format I use is as follows.

Regards,

Taco

(ftp://username:pass@example.com)

Sorry about the issues mate. I just tried putting in:

ftp://username:pass@example.com

That worked fine for me. Are you by chance adding brackets on either side? If so don't! Not really too sure why i added to the example tbh so I will remove during next update.

Hope that fixes it.

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Sorry about the issues mate. I just tried putting in:

ftp://username:pass@example.com

That worked fine for me. Are you by chance adding brackets on either side? If so don't! Not really too sure why i added to the example tbh so I will remove during next update.

Hope that fixes it.

411.

Used the format without the parentheses of course. Is there a tailing slash required or anything? When I input the FTP URL into a browser it leads me to the Index of / as expected. Shall I PM you the actual URL for the FTP server as its strictly for the use of the Rubber Ducky and does not contain sensitive information as well as the fact that all the information can be simply changed?

Regards

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Used the format without the parentheses of course. Is there a tailing slash required or anything? When I input the FTP URL into a browser it leads me to the Index of / as expected. Shall I PM you the actual URL for the FTP server as its strictly for the use of the Rubber Ducky and does not contain sensitive information as well as the fact that all the information can be simply changed?

Regards

No tailing slashes or anything needed. If you dont mind PMing me the details will probably be the quickest way to sort it.

Sorry about that

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