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36 minutes ago, JustASkid said:

I put it into arming mode and tried recreating the files. now every time I place it in any switch it only runs the last payloads I used before I deleted the files.

Download the repo. Go to bashbunny.com and click on Payloads underneath the BB picture. Then download the whole repo and copy it raw to your BB's main directory. Should work fine.

Just a question: why would you delete everything?!

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8 minutes ago, Dave-ee Jones said:

Download the repo. Go to bashbunny.com and click on Payloads underneath the BB picture. Then download the whole repo and copy it raw to your BB's main directory. Should work fine.

Just a question: why would you delete everything?!

I was moving payloads and got trigger happy

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On 02/04/2017 at 2:08 AM, JustASkid said:

I connected to the BB by the serial console and I want to copy a file from there and add it to my computer. Will it be the same as cp and just giving it a path ok my computer?

The BB won't have direct access to your filesystem over serial. There are a number of ways to transfer files over serial, which Google can provide more information on. For your current case, I'd recommend from serial mounting the filesystem which is exposed during arming mode and putting the files there:
 

udisk_folder=/root/udisk
mkdir -p $udisk_folder
mount /dev/nandf $udisk_folder
cp file /root/udisk/
umount /root/udisk

Then unplug the Bunny, plug it back in and use Windows Explorer to grab your files.

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  • 4 years later...

I just received my Bash Bunny in the mail, placed it in Arming mode, inserted it into my laptop, and for five minutes nothing happened. Then it started beeping the "flash drive inserted" beeps over and over, appearing and disappearing in File Manager. And continuing to beep the inserted usb beeps. Now it is overheating, so I pulled it out. I inserted it again and managed to see under Devices and Printers that it is appearing & disappearing as an Ethernet gadget. I still cannot get it to settle down. Any ideas? I don't want to fry it. I just got it. It is supposed to function as a normal usb flash drive in position 3, Arming mode. But instead it is connecting and disconnecting over and over, endlessly, apparently as an Ethernet gadget. I have disabled my anti-virus too. On my sixth try it is back to do nothing again, as if I did not insert it. Any ideas?

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I used a 4" USB Type-C to Type-A Female adapter cable, and now it's working in my Type-C port. I guess the Type-A port on my HP Spectre x360 laptop is not making good connections with my Type-A flash drives. And the Type-A female socket on my adapter cable is. USB Type-A connections, both the plugs and the ports, have a lot of problems establishing and maintaining good, solid electrical connections. They are fragile and break often (both the ports and the connectors). I will be so glad when this technology is obsolete, and laptops and computers only have Type-C. But I guess that's a few years away still.

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  • 3 months later...

Ok... I am totally new, and just got my BB. I am having problems. I've downloaded the latest firmware and update. I'm using Windows 11. I've tried the numerous "prank" payloads that come loaded. I have tried switch 1 and switch 2. After copying and pasting the payloads and ejecting the BB, and plugging in laptop, and trying both switches multiple times, nothing happens. However, when arming mode I can see everything, all the files, etc. Just nothing happens when I'm in arming mode and plug the BB into a laptop. Hope this makes sense.

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11 hours ago, dark_pyrro said:

Are you using a Micro SD card? Where are your payloads stored? One the Bunny internal storage or on the Micro SD card?

Not using a Micro SD card. Payloads are stored internally on the BB. For example, I pull the payload  from the Library folder, select the 90s mode. open payload text document, and then copy it. I then proceed to the BB folder titled switch 1, paste the saved text in the "payload text file" that exists and then exit, and its saved. Safely eject BB. Put in arming position 1, and plug into laptop. Then nothing happens.

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Well, you haven't got the correct directory structure. The "payloads" directory isn't even there. The Bunny expects the intended structure to be available in order to execute properly. You can't make up your own directory structure and expect it to work.

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https://docs.hak5.org/bash-bunny/getting-started/mass-storage-structure

Of which the most important in this particular case is "payloads", which needs to be positioned in the root of the Bunny udisk storage along with the sub-dirs for the switch positions "switch1" and "switch2".

In your example above, it should be

E:\payloads\switch1

and/or

E:\payloads\switch2

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