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reidjako
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I highly doubt this is possible but I'm going to ask it anyway, is it possible to read process memory (rpm) from a rubber ducky or similar device, if the offsets were actually static? Secondly I found articles from 2 years ago that rubber ducky can not emulate mouse movement is this still the case. Thanks! 

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The rubber ducky is a keyboard emulator, anything you can do with a keyboard you can do with the ducky.  

If you want to rpm you would need to use it to create a script or download/launch a program to do that.

As far as emulating mouse movement, again anything you can do with a keyboard, so there are ways to emulate mouse movement but you'll probably find it easier to just use keyboard shortcuts instead of trying to use something like the mouse keys assistive technology in windows.

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