Jumpst3r Posted June 8, 2016 Share Posted June 8, 2016 Hello! I recently found myself in following situation: I wanted to create a ducky script that prints out complex ASCII art to notepad. So I decided to write a Java program to facilitate this task, thus AsciiToDucky was created. Its usage is quite simple: ./AsciiToDucky -i [input file] -o [output file] [-d] [delay for notepad (default 500)] The only thing you need to do is find some random ASCII art (here is a good place to start). Then proceed to paste the content into a blank text file. After invoking AsciiToDucky, an output file will be created containing the ducky script. All you need to at this point is compiling the file to a valid ducky script. I know this might seem useless, but nonetheless someone might find it useful, so enjoy! Here is the link to the GitHub project: https://github.com/Jumpst3r/AsciiToDucky Besides the source you can find a precompiled jar in the root of the project. As I am still relatively new to java, I encourage any positive criticism / feedback / contributions to the project. Jumpst3r Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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