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Shad0wChick46

Rubber ducky doesn't come up as keyboard

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I have tried so hard to get my ducky working but it just wont. I have reflashed it so many times and it works once then goes red and doesnt recognize the ducky or sd card or anything and i have to reflash it again. The second i remove it and plug it in it goes red. Please help.

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10 minutes ago, Shad0wChick46 said:

Please help.

OS?

Also please use the rubber ducky section of the forums for ducky questions.

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I asked the admins to move this post to the ducky forum section.

Whats the firmware version? and whats the payload?

I was thinking it sounded similar to this

 

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25 minutes ago, Shad0wChick46 said:

I dont have windows defender turned on

Whats the firmware version?

Does the same happen if you use the original firmware or only twinduck?

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I have tried many firmwares including twin duck and im just running the hello world payload.

Firmware ive tried:

c_duck_v2.1.hex

c_duck_v2_S001.hex

c_duck_v2_S002.hex

duck_v2.1.hex

duck_v2.hex

usb_ v2.hex

usb_v2.1.hex

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Have you tried to use it on another machine to see if the issue follows the Ducky or if it stays with one particular machine?

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6 minutes ago, Shad0wChick46 said:

2 others. One didnt even have Internet for it.

Both were windows machines? just wondering is you tried on a linux box for the sake of testing if its a windows issue?

Also if you run it once on a windows box, then try on another windows box does it work once again?

Im trying to understand if it works once per box or once then dead.

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No it works once total even when i plug it into a new box. I currently dont have a linux box available. And in my vm if my computer wont recognize it i can't add it to the vm

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11 minutes ago, Shad0wChick46 said:

No it works once total even when i plug it into a new box. I currently dont have a linux box available. And in my vm if my computer wont recognize it i can't add it to the vm

That's a real weird one, its the working once thing that's throwing me. if its dead its dead...  I would try contacting Hak5 support and keep an eye on this thread for any additional posts. Sorry I'm not much help.

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It only works once on certian firmwares. Not at all on twin ducky. For that one it just blinks green and red forever and doesnt do anything at all. 

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Ohhh sorry I misunderstood  I thought  it was working once on all firmware versions.

How many different micro SD cards have you tried? Is the format correct?

Have you 100% followed these instructions? https://github.com/hak5darren/USB-Rubber-Ducky/wiki/Flashing-ducky

Just trying to rule out some things.

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Its formated in FAT. Also tried FAT32

Ive gone through that link with a fine tooth comb so many times. 

Trying with a new sdcard will be my next attempt when i find or buy one.

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I had the same problem (red solid light) I've tried with 2 different SD cards, formatted as FAT, FAT32 nothing worked. Until I try one last time with a simple 'Hello World' script and saved the file as inject.bin. It seems that saving the file as inject.bin fixed the problem, I was using different name for my scripts. It sounds silly, but as soon as I did that I got green blinking light and script executed in Windows 10 machine, you can check that just in case.

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