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While fooling around with Bash Bunny PasswordGrabber and Lazagna, I was testing it on a variety of computers in my home.  I deleted the passwords.txt files (of course) and then realized something - what about freespace recovery?   Indeed, all those deleted password files for basically every password I have or ever had - was on my bunny.   If your bunny is hacked and those files recovered - could be a big problem.  This could also happen forensically if some agency gets a hold of it

One solution is to use the DOS CMD to run Cipher /W:bunnydrivename .  This will wipe the free space of your bunny drive.  Faster (and good enough?) cipher  /w:bunnydrive\loot  

A cool tool to include would encrypt files or a directory and, wipe the files content at one go.  Any ideas?

 

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On 11/26/2017 at 4:38 AM, Struthian said:

One solution is to use the DOS CMD to run Cipher /W:bunnydrivename .  This will wipe the free space of your bunny drive.  Faster (and good enough?) cipher  /w:bunnydrive\loot  

A cool tool to include would encrypt files or a directory and, wipe the files content at one go.  Any ideas?

Use one of the switches as a self-destruct payload?

Or just use the factory reset method (plug and unplug 3 times).

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