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17 hours ago, terrier said:

Has anyone had any experience doing  a Firmware Recovery? I did set to switch 3, plugged the bunny, waited for more than 5 minutes, I can't see any blinking green light. What I'm seeing is an absence of any LED light. The bunny feels warm though and I can browse the  files within. No LED light though. Please bear my n00bishness.

Could you explain us step by step what you have done for recovery? Did you try it again?

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3 hours ago, GermanNoob said:

Could you explain us step by step what you have done for recovery? Did you try it again?

Hi GermanNoob,

I haven't figured it out yet. I'm still having the same problem. I did what Tylor suggested of testing the LEDs but wasn't successful. Even if I can't execute my payloads (responder and creds) and LED indicators, I have hopes of resurrecting my bunny though because it isn't totally dead. I can still get in COM port or SSH into it. I really hope there's someone who can patiently guide me through recovering the firmware.

Cheers!

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1 minute ago, terrier said:

I really hope there's someone who can patiently guide me through recovering the firmware.

Hmm, what do you not understand of the description I posted ?

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29 minutes ago, GermanNoob said:

Hmm, what do you not understand of the description I posted ?

Nope, I actually got the cue from your post and looked into the wiki content about firmware recovery. This was my attempt: { 1. I switched the bunny to arming mode (switch 3), 2. aware that it will automatically enter into recovery mode, the bunny was inserted the usb port, 3. waited for the LEDS (Green (solid) Blue (barely did a millisecond).... no LED indicator), 4. waited for more than 5 minutes }... looped the steps incrementing waiting time to ++5 minutes, up to leaving it overnight. Sadly, it didn't restore. 

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OK, then let's do it step by step:

  1. Switch to arming mode (Switch3 nearest to USB)
  2. Plug the BashBunny into USB or an an power source
  3. Wait until the GREEN LED turns off (roundabout 3 secs?)
  4. Unplug the BashBunny
  5. Repeat step 2 - 4 another two times (which means: create three fail boots)
  6. replug the BashBunny and wait!
  7. The BashBunny will blink RED for about three minutes. DON'T UNPLUG IT!!!!
  8. The BashBunny will reboot; You're fine to work with it, when it blinks BLUE again...
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36 minutes ago, GermanNoob said:

OK, then let's do it step by step:

  1. Switch to arming mode (Switch3 nearest to USB)
  2. Plug the BashBunny into USB or an an power source
  3. Wait until three GREEN LED turns off (roundabout 3 secs?)
  4. Unplug the BashBunny
  5. Repeat step 2 - 4 another two times (which means: create three fail boots)
  6. replug the BashBunny and wait!
  7. The BashBunny will blink RED for about three minutes. DON'T UNPLUG IT!!!!
  8. The BashBunny will reboot; You're fine to work with it, when it blinks BLUE again...

You know what, GermanNoob, you ain't any n00b at all.... I'm getting a blinking RED at this moment! Really appreciate it, man!

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