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The Bash Bunny is basically a small Linux box, allowing you to do most of the things you could do in Linux with the Bash Bunny. It has a small, bootable SSD, decent processor for the size and runs on a normal USB port. You can have multiple payloads (hence the switch) that can do anything from password grabbing, to PoSH injecting to running a web server. So it does more than just inject keystrokes.

The Rubber Ducky is basically a little USB that emulates being a keyboard (or even mouse), but that's about it.

However, there's no point me saying all this when there have been a numerous posts about this same subject.

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