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Have issues with exfil.

Copying about 450 files totaling 150MB *always* fails.

Wether by script/payload or just mass storage drag-n-drop.

When by payload it it does a self eject with the typical OS warning.

When by D-n-D, it just hangs after abut 15MB. (have to yank out)

Bunny gets rather warm too.

(Mac OSX is the host PC)

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Include SERIAL in your attack mode, ssh into the bunny and run the following to monitor temps:

while [ true ]; do
	echo "Zone 0: "`cat /sys/class/thermal/thermal_zone0/temp`
	echo "Zone 1: "`cat /sys/class/thermal/thermal_zone1/temp`
	printf "\n"
	sleep 10s
done

This will allow you to see if it is an actual overheating issue or if its another issue... Darren posted the following about the temp because many have reported warm/hot devices.

On 3/3/2017 at 4:01 PM, Darren Kitchen said:

The temperature isn't a problem, it was casing was designed to keep the board well within its thermal limits. It will run warm over time (Idling around 50C), but it isn't an issue as the CPU is rated to 125 C.

 

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