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Bash Bunny LED options/ commands

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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.

Cheers,

D

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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

@RazerBlade

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:

 COLORS
 ------
 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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I've found that when I try and mix colours (R G B for example) it only does the first one or just makes it red (Even if I don't include red, I think), so I just use the letter.

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@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.

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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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16 minutes ago, Dave-ee Jones said:

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.

No you aren't. We make every combination possible available by a single char: R, G, B, Y, C, M, and W :)

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1 minute ago, Sebkinne said:

No you aren't. We make every combination possible available by a single char: R, G, B, Y, C, M, and W :)

Eh.

I am 100% sure I remember people using combinations in the earlier days.

Am I living 2 different realities? :P

Thanks for clarifying anyway. :)

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Just now, Dave-ee Jones said:

Eh.

I am 100% sure I remember people using combinations in the earlier days.

Am I living 2 different realities? :P

Thanks for clarifying anyway. :)

Yeah, that was the case with 1.0. Sorry, I misread your post :)

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6 hours ago, Sebkinne said:

Yeah, that was the case with 1.0. Sorry, I misread your post :)

Okay, thanks! :)

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