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Hi everyone,

Don't mean to bother this time around, but this time I really have a weird issue. It appears that the storage partition of my bunny has become corrupted in some way. For one, I have had files become corrupted individually, specifically those gotten from the USB exfiltration payload. The bunny also appears read only to my linux machine, and even worse is the fact that deleted files are coming back to my bunny. Yes, you read that right. Is the Bash Bunny using some CoW filesystem or something? I've tried to add and test a new payload, and I copy the payload.txt and the readme.md, over the old payload.txt (without a readme file), and it works. However, as soon as I plug it back in, the only payload there is the old one, and the readme is gone as well.

Has anyone dealt with anything like this? Should I format it in windows? Forcing a reset hasn't worked for me yet. 

 

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7 hours ago, nanoblast10 said:

Hi everyone,

Don't mean to bother this time around, but this time I really have a weird issue. It appears that the storage partition of my bunny has become corrupted in some way. For one, I have had files become corrupted individually, specifically those gotten from the USB exfiltration payload. The bunny also appears read only to my linux machine, and even worse is the fact that deleted files are coming back to my bunny. Yes, you read that right. Is the Bash Bunny using some CoW filesystem or something? I've tried to add and test a new payload, and I copy the payload.txt and the readme.md, over the old payload.txt (without a readme file), and it works. However, as soon as I plug it back in, the only payload there is the old one, and the readme is gone as well.

Has anyone dealt with anything like this? Should I format it in windows? Forcing a reset hasn't worked for me yet. 

 

Log into your bunny and execute "udisk reformat". That'll fix you right up. 

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