Predator Posted October 27, 2019 Share Posted October 27, 2019 I played around with my Bash Bunny and most attacks that involve copying scripts to target will be stopped by Bitdefender AV. So if targeting a computer that might have ESET, Bitdefender etc you should never use attackmode STORAGE since your Bash Bunny's payload dir will be whiped by these two AV. Had a hard fight to even update the payload dir with bunnyupdater with the Bitdefender running 😉 But this is a nice device if used for the right purpose and you need to keep in mind that the target might have a nasty AV that can and will immunize your Bash Bunny instantly. If you do want to test humans you should use Rubber Ducky and Bash Bunny for quick plugin/plugout operations. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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