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Disabling Attackmode USB Devices


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Dear everyone,

I am doing some experimenting with my new bash bunny and was wondering if once I enable an ATTACKMODE interface if it is possible to disable it after a little while without turning off the payload. For example I am trying ATTACKMODE HID STORAGE and then wondering if I can do something like DISABLE STORAGE or something of like that.

I know to some of you this is probably going to seem like a stupid question but if anyone knows the answer can you please share. Thank you!!!

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You can call just ATTACKMODE again with different parameters to achieve what you want. 

In your case you'd start with ATTACKMODE HID STORAGE then do what ever you need to do and then call ATTACKMODE HID to remove the storage aspect. 

Hope that helps. 

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