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Hi Hak5 forums,

i started to play around with some Bash Bunny payloads, and wanted to tweak the LED output which is shown during the execution of an payload.

i searched around a bit, but couldn't find any listings of the LED options or commands to trigger them.

Does anyone know all the LED options and the commands for them so that i could try them. 

or have an source where they are already listed.



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Check out the readme file in the docs folder at the github

Link here: https://github.com/hak5/bashbunny-payloads/tree/master/docs


Thank you very much sir.

I haven't seen this file before.

This is exactly what i was looking for.

For the other people, here is a short summary:

 In addition to Red, Green and Blue, additive color mixing is possible.

 --------    --------------------------------------------
 R           Red
 G           Green
 B           Blue
 Y, R G      Yellow (Commonly known as Amber)
 C, G B      Cyan (Commonly known as Light Blue)
 M, R B      Magenta (Commonly known as Violet or Purple)
 W, R G B    White (Combination of R + G + B)
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On 11/14/2017 at 9:58 PM, Diablo108 said:

@Dave-ee Jones

i think that when you want to mix the colors red green and blue. You only have to define the W for white, that it won't automaticly detect it when you write down R G B.

So you'll get then W and the ", R G B" is optional for the readers of the code.

Correct me when i'm wrong. I haven't tested this yet.

No, you're supposed to be able to mix the colours (at least on the BB). Maybe it was taken out in the later firmwares, I'm not sure.

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