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[RELEASE] Bash Bunny Updater

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From time to time Hak5 releases firmware updates for the Bash Bunny including new features, bug fixes and security improvements. The easiest way to install these is with the Bash Bunny updater.

Available for Windows, Mac and Linux – this utility will automatically update your Bash Bunny to the latest software version. 

The payload library on the Bash Bunny can also be kept up to date using this tool. When the updater runs it will not only check for firmware updates (and updates to the utility itself), it will also synchronize your copy of the /payloads/library folder with the official repository. Additionally it will update any available language files.

Find out more at https://bashbunny.com/setup

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How do we install it? I looked at the updater and the extracted files and there is no exe.
ch_fw_1.5_298\upgrade\ has no exe nor does the cherry.rootfs.tar have one? Please fix this ;-;

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On 3/20/2019 at 11:03 AM, The_Fox said:

How do we install it? I looked at the updater and the extracted files and there is no exe.
ch_fw_1.5_298\upgrade\ has no exe nor does the cherry.rootfs.tar have one? Please fix this ;-;

I'm actually having the same issue when I try and install the updater. I have a feeling we are doing something wrong though...

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Do not unpack the update, Just copy it to the root folder of the bunny and safe eject. Then remove it and plug it back in.

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On 11/15/2017 at 4:51 AM, Sebkinne said:

From time to time Hak5 releases firmware updates for the Bash Bunny including new features, bug fixes and security improvements. The easiest way to install these is with the Bash Bunny updater.

Available for Windows, Mac and Linux – this utility will automatically update your Bash Bunny to the latest software version. 

The payload library on the Bash Bunny can also be kept up to date using this tool. When the updater runs it will not only check for firmware updates (and updates to the utility itself), it will also synchronize your copy of the /payloads/library folder with the official repository. Additionally it will update any available language files.

Find out more at https://bashbunny.com/setup

Even though this is a post from back in 2017, it is reassuring and makes my life a bit easier!

Thank you once again for all your posts😎

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On 1/17/2019 at 5:07 AM, 9ShadesLeft said:

Definitely helped with my first-time setup!

 

Ditto........much easier and still great info......🙏

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