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so i got my usb rubberducky in the mail, and upon watching the instructionals on youtube i have to say im at a complete loss of wtf to do. im new to all this. ive tried downloading the duckencoder but the .jar file cant be opened. i also downloaded DuckyScript UDL, Duck Firmware.hex, and notepad ++. still im stumped. please help!

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Can i make a rubber ducky with this??

Volume: G:
Controller: Silicon Motion SM3257 ENLTAA
Possible Memory Chip(s): 
  Samsung K9ACGD8U0A
Memory Type: TLC
Flash ID: ECDE98CE 74C4
Flash CE: 1
Chip F/W: ISP 121112-AA-
MP: L1121V1
MPTOOL Ver.: 2.05.24
VID: 054C
PID: 05BA
Manufacturer: Sony
Product: Storage Media
Query Vendor ID: Sony    
Query Product ID: Storage Media   
Query Product Revision: 0100
Physical Disk Capacity: 7801405440 Bytes
Windows Disk Capacity:  7783579648 Bytes
Internal Tags: QU3R-TZ9L
File System: FAT32
Relative Offset: 1024 KB
USB Version: 2.00
Declared Power: 200 mA
ContMeas ID: 0B70-01-FF
Microsoft Windows 10 x64 Build 10240
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http://www.antspec.com/usbflashinfo/
Program Version: 8.7.0.597

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On 9/14/2016 at 7:45 AM, Kish Arora said:

Can i make a rubber ducky with this??

Volume: G:
Controller: Silicon Motion SM3257 ENLTAA
Possible Memory Chip(s): 
  Samsung K9ACGD8U0A
Memory Type: TLC
Flash ID: ECDE98CE 74C4
Flash CE: 1
Chip F/W: ISP 121112-AA-
MP: L1121V1
MPTOOL Ver.: 2.05.24
VID: 054C
PID: 05BA
Manufacturer: Sony
Product: Storage Media
Query Vendor ID: Sony    
Query Product ID: Storage Media   
Query Product Revision: 0100
Physical Disk Capacity: 7801405440 Bytes
Windows Disk Capacity:  7783579648 Bytes
Internal Tags: QU3R-TZ9L
File System: FAT32
Relative Offset: 1024 KB
USB Version: 2.00
Declared Power: 200 mA
ContMeas ID: 0B70-01-FF
Microsoft Windows 10 x64 Build 10240
------------------------------------
http://www.antspec.com/usbflashinfo/
Program Version: 8.7.0.597

I've been looking at different forums the past couple of days because I have three older drives with one, and at this time it does not look like the SM3257ENLT can be "duckied". Not until someone reverse engineers the firmware and configures it to be used as HID. This is apparently no small task either. 

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