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I was watching a video Darren Kitchen did in regards to file being copied with the Duck. He saved the data to a USB drive. Some networks do not allow USB drives but they do allow SD cards. Wouldn't it be pretty cool if the duck had a second SD slot it could use to store payloads or data transferred over from a payload.

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I was watching a video Darren Kitchen did in regards to file being copied with the Duck. He saved the data to a USB drive. Some networks do not allow USB drives but they do allow SD cards. Wouldn't it be pretty cool if the duck had a second SD slot it could use to store payloads or data transferred over from a payload.

Yea, that's why they made the twin-duck firmware. Does exactly that.

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Yea, that's why they made the twin-duck firmware. Does exactly that.

Doesn't the twin duck firmware allow the duck to act as a mass storage device then you have to click to activate the keyboard emulator? What I was meaning is keeping the injections automatic while having an on board SD for storage. The SD card typically isn't considered a mass storage device so group policies tend to ignore them.

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Doesn't the twin duck firmware allow the duck to act as a mass storage device then you have to click to activate the keyboard emulator? What I was meaning is keeping the injections automatic while having an on board SD for storage. The SD card typically isn't considered a mass storage device so group policies tend to ignore them.

The SD might not, but the usb adapter will, which is what any sd card adapter will show up as in windows.

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Doesn't the twin duck firmware allow the duck to act as a mass storage device then you have to click to activate the keyboard emulator? What I was meaning is keeping the injections automatic while having an on board SD for storage. The SD card typically isn't considered a mass storage device so group policies tend to ignore them.

Nope, runs just fine. Acts as both keyboard and mass storage simultaneously. You can run stuff off the SD card as well as copy stuff to the SD card, all automatically.

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