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Not have to swap usb's each time to change the payload?


MrWeegeeman
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By that I mean,

Not have to place the SD card in the otehr one each time to put on a payload,

So like use only ONE usb (the rubber ducky one that has the button) and be able to open it after it runs its script

Sorry if I explain this badly, my English is not the best :p

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Use the composite-duck from ducky-decode. Ducky does the HID injection and appears as Mass Storage Drive.

Look for on the download section/google drive C_Duck_v2.1.hex

Check out the links in my signature.

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Use the composite-duck from ducky-decode. Ducky does the HID injection and appears as Mass Storage Drive.

Look for on the download section/google drive C_Duck_v2.1.hex

Check out the links in my signature.

Hey thanks! Alright, every thing worked fine up until the program.bat

When I get to that part,

[#] RubberDucky Programming Script

[-] Programming File: [new_firmware.hex]

Error occurred during initialization of VM

java/lang/NoClassDefFoundError: java/lang/invoke/AdapterMethodHandle

http://prntscr.com/48k9za

Theres a picture, any idea whats wrong? Javas installed and updated

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wow, Ive never seen that error before, regarding flip.

Basically there is a problem with your Java CLASSPATH.

I think this means you have Java Runtime installed, but you actually need Java Development Kit (JDK), can you verify what Java installations are installed?

Link JDK: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk7-downloads-1880260.html

If this does not solve the problem, I'll try again...

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wow, Ive never seen that error before, regarding flip.

Basically there is a problem with your Java CLASSPATH.

I think this means you have Java Runtime installed, but you actually need Java Development Kit (JDK), can you verify what Java installations are installed?

Link JDK: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk7-downloads-1880260.html

If this does not solve the problem, I'll try again...

Also, check to see if you have the latest version of Java. I say this as you switched your directory to try and flash the ducky. You should just be able to type in "java -version" and you would get the version number of Java. This suggests that you might need to add Java to your path. Just look at this website: http://introcs.cs.princeton.edu/java/15inout/windows-cmd.html

Cheers,

MB60893.

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wow, Ive never seen that error before, regarding flip.

Basically there is a problem with your Java CLASSPATH.

I think this means you have Java Runtime installed, but you actually need Java Development Kit (JDK), can you verify what Java installations are installed?

Link JDK: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk7-downloads-1880260.html

If this does not solve the problem, I'll try again...

Ya its installed at latest version

Also, check to see if you have the latest version of Java. I say this as you switched your directory to try and flash the ducky. You should just be able to type in "java -version" and you would get the version number of Java. This suggests that you might need to add Java to your path. Just look at this website: http://introcs.cs.princeton.edu/java/15inout/windows-cmd.html

Cheers,

MB60893.

Alright, I checked the path and its in the correct spot

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