Jay314 Posted June 18, 2017 Share Posted June 18, 2017 (edited) ===========================SOLUTION============================== Generate the following payload without STORAGE in the attackmode. #!/bin/bash LED G ATTACKMODE ECM_ETHERNET Thanks to Fang_Shadow, I've learned that using storage in concert ECM_ETHERNET prevents the system from pulling an IP (for what reason I still don't understand - I'm guessing it's just a bug). I have had some issues with SSH but according to ifconfig (on local system) I see the interface is up and nmap scans show port 22 is open on the new IP, I'll update this post if anything changes. =================================================================== Endgoal: I want to ssh from host machine into my BashBunny, then pivot from my BashBunny to a remote cloud hosted webserver, and write a testfile to that server.Host System Used: Debian LinuxCrux: I am unable to acquire an ip address for my BashBunny using bb.sh Attempts: 1. I tried to perform these actions from Arming Mode using the serial connection, however I learned that I am not able to share my network connection from serial mode and that Arming Mode only allows: Serial and Storage 2. I attempted to run the default payload in order to gain network connectivity: #!/bin/bash LED G ATTACKMODE ECM_ETHERNET STORAGE My understanding of this code is that it will indicate it is ready when there is a solid green light (LED G) and that it will facilitate Ethernet connectivity and Storage (Last line), it is also my understanding that this initializes a new network interface that can be seen with the commands "ip addr" or "ifconfig -a". However this new interface does not appear to be configured yet and attempting to run the command ssh firstname.lastname@example.org does not result in the expected login prompt and eventually times out. 3. I've also attempted to run the bb.sh in order to share my hosts network connection, despite not being able to ssh into 172.16.64.1 IP. The script appears to work until you attempt to connect with it, and then it just hangs. Any ideas on how to ssh into the BashBunny? Thanks, Jay Edited June 26, 2017 by Jay314 Solution found. 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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