Struthian Posted November 25, 2017 Share Posted November 25, 2017 (edited) 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? Edited November 25, 2017 by Struthian additional usage of cipher Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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