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I want to build a USB rubber ducky simulator using python. How Can I simulate keyboard presses in python? Can someone point me in the right direction please?

In an ideal world I would love to develope a suite of tools that can be accessed from a GUI to configure/test and monitor Hak5 gear, but sadly this maybe beyond my capabilities :-( 

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I'm new but ill take a shot. I tried installing a transparent virtual floating keyboard as a widget. I embedded it in the url search bar after opening browser...

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7 hours ago, AndroKilla said:

I'm new but ill take a shot. I tried installing a transparent virtual floating keyboard as a widget. I embedded it in the url search bar after opening browser...

Not sure what your on about.

i just wanted to write a simulator, so that I can test my scripts without having to keep encoding them to the rubber ducky.

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This is in C, not python. But Windows knows that software is not a human (not an HID) so it can't type a UAC bypass. I'm sure it will be the same in python too.

https://forums.hak5.org/topic/39918-duckiesque/

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