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Can i run a payload(meterpreter) on android with rubber ducky


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2 hours ago, HackerofTR said:

@barry99705 i mean having the target pls help

Sorry, the context of your English isn't too clear here. Do you;

a.) wish to attack an Android device using Meterpreter, using another device as the attack platform (https://null-byte.wonderhowto.com/how-to/create-persistent-back-door-android-using-kali-linux-0161280/)

b.) wish to use the Android device as the attack platform? (https://www.kali.org/tutorials/kali-linux-android-linux-deploy/)

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11 hours ago, haze1434 said:

Sorry, the context of your English isn't too clear here. Do you;

a.) wish to attack an Android device using Meterpreter, using another device as the attack platform (https://null-byte.wonderhowto.com/how-to/create-persistent-back-door-android-using-kali-linux-0161280/)

b.) wish to use the Android device as the attack platform? (https://www.kali.org/tutorials/kali-linux-android-linux-deploy/)

It’s “a” but i want to run an exploit by plugging a rubber ducky or bash bunny to an android device

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Run a metasploit payload from a rubber ducky to android device?

 

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Auuoto correct annoying
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The Ducky is simply a HID emulator. You'd basically need to know exactly what keyboard shortcuts do what on the specific phone you want to attack.

Plug an actual keyboard in to the android device (or Bluetooth on to it) and experiment with the keys, to work out which ones do what.

Then, play around with the best method to do what you want to achieve; pressing a series of buttons on the 'keyboard' until you navigate around on the phone and do what you need to do. Copy this same key press series to a Ducky script. You can buy USB to Micro USB adapters to then plug the ducky in to the victim phone.

Honestly though, I think a Rubber Ducky to attack an Android phone is probably not the best method. Perhaps a fake AP or Bluetooth attack would be better.

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10 hours ago, haze1434 said:

The Ducky is simply a HID emulator. You'd basically need to know exactly what keyboard shortcuts do what on the specific phone you want to attack.

Plug an actual keyboard in to the android device (or Bluetooth on to it) and experiment with the keys, to work out which ones do what.

Then, play around with the best method to do what you want to achieve; pressing a series of buttons on the 'keyboard' until you navigate around on the phone and do what you need to do. Copy this same key press series to a Ducky script. You can buy USB to Micro USB adapters to then plug the ducky in to the victim phone.

Honestly though, I think a Rubber Ducky to attack an Android phone is probably not the best method. Perhaps a fake AP or Bluetooth attack would be better.

Thank you for your help and can you explain the other methods that you suggested?

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