InfiniteBSOD Posted March 5 Share Posted March 5 Hello, First off: Yes I've read the "Tools" instructions here:Bash Bunny by Hak5 1) Is the "Responder" deb-file mentioned here (post from May 10th 2017) : or here (uploaded on GitHub on April 6th 2017): the latest one? I'm running what I guess is "BashBunny MK I" (a gift from a friend, EAN printed on back is "811342030040") since the "version.txt" reads: 1.7_332 and according to the firmware guide here:Updating the Bash Bunny Firmware - Bash Bunny (hak5.org) "MK II" ships with F/W "1.7" so I gather the device is a "MK II"; a black unbranded plastic cover with a mSDHC-slot. 3) Now I've: * Used the instructions here to share my computers (Windows) internet connection with the BashBunny:Sharing an Internet connection from Windows - Bash Bunny (hak5.org) and ran: apt-get update; apt-get upgrade * Cloned this repo and replaced the files on the BashBunny with the extracted files, replacing the originals:GitHub - hak5/bashbunny-payloads: The Official Bash Bunny Payload Repository 2) Regardless of which ".deb"-file I download in my 1st question I proceed to: * Put BashBunny in "arming"-mode * Drag'n'drop the ".deb"-file to <driveletter>\tools (ex. D:\tools) * Eject BashBunny * Re-insert BashBunny > LED flashes magenta > "deb"-file is gone from <driveletter>\tools and that directory is empty * Even if I use "Putty" and connect to the BashBunny using serial (instructions below) the directory: /tools is empty. Link to connecting using "Putty" while in "arming"-mode on Windows:Bash Bunny by Hak5 What am I missing? Best Regards Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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