From the perspective of the Bash Bunny, the USB Disk is mounted before executing the payload, and unmounted when the payload completes. The mount location is /root/udisk. You can use this location in your payloads. If you access the Bash Bunny terminal after a payload completes, this location will be unmounted (unpopulated). From the perspective of the computer, if a STORAGE attack mode is used in the payload - it will register as mass storage with the label "BashBunny". It's important
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