JayKay494 Posted January 4, 2020 Share Posted January 4, 2020 Brand new bash bunny. Firmware 1.3_267 Connected to my laptop, it powers up, and gets to state where LED is flashing blue slowly. I can successfully connect to the serial console, and see the mass storage device in Windows or Linux. Problem 1: Regardless of which switch position, it wont run any payload. I tried setting \payloads\switch1\payload.txt & \payloads\switch2\payload.txt to: LED R 100 ATTACKMODE HID source bunny_helpers.sh QUACK GUI r QUACK DELAY 100 QUACK STRING Switch Position is $SWITCH_POSITION QUACK DELAY 100 LED G I unplug it, set switch to Position 1, plug it into a windows laptop, but nothing happens. Same for position 2. And nothing happens in arming mode either. Problem 2: Firmware wont update I downloaded the latest ch_fw_1.6_305.tar.gz from https://downloads.hak5.org/bunny and copied it to the root of the filesystem (as seen by Windows). Check the sha256sum is correct on the bashbunny's version of the tar.gz file. Safely ejected the Bash Bunny Connected it to the laptop again, and waited. It just follows the normal boot process and starts flashing blue slowly within a few seconds of connecting. there is no flashing red to indicate it is applying the update. Problem 3: Wont restore from recovery partition I tried the process mentioned by @Darren Kitchen to create 3 failed boots and force it to do a recovery. But it also doesn't work. I plugged it into a USB power bank (not a computer), waited until green light went off (after ~2sec), disconnected, repeated 3 times, then plugged it in and waited. there was no flashing red/police light. It just booted normally. Questions: A) Is there a way to debug the switch position from within the serial console? B) Is there a way to manually run the firmware update from inside the serial console? Any help appreciated. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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