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Making an executable file run

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Hello everyone,

I just purchased the Bash Bunny, i wanted to see if i could make an .APK execute on an android device. How would i go about coding that, i know that i need to call the file. It is possible that i can do that?

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34 minutes ago, LowValueTarget said:

Take a look at the following payload. It sets up a FireTV (android device) to download and install an APK.

https://github.com/hak5/bashbunny-payloads/tree/master/payloads/library/android/fireytv

thank you very much, however the device that i want to install it in, is locked down tight. it will not accept input other than telenumbers and names in the phonebook. it will not accept the input. i just want it to autorun, meaning i want the ABD to install the .apk automatically, then i can open up my meterpreter. thats why i am asking. what you think?

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8 hours ago, deweyblue191 said:

thank you very much, however the device that i want to install it in, is locked down tight. it will not accept input other than telenumbers and names in the phonebook. it will not accept the input. i just want it to autorun, meaning i want the ABD to install the .apk automatically, then i can open up my meterpreter. thats why i am asking. what you think?

ADB requires Debugging mode to already be enabled, which then requires Developer mode to be enabled. Most people (consumer-grade people, not savvi-grade people) don't know how to use Developer mode, let alone Debugging mode, and so therefore would be, by default, off. 

However if you want to try it out on yourself...try this.

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