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  1. #51
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    teensy all the way or rubber ducky...........

  2. #52
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyb3rg0d View Post
    teensy all the way or rubber ducky...........
    teensy is more flexible and its cheaper.

    a cool script for teensy

    https://github.com/samyk/usbdriveby

  3. #53
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    Quote Originally Posted by ping View Post
    teensy is more flexible and its cheaper.

    a cool script for teensy

    https://github.com/samyk/usbdriveby
    awesome thanks for link this looks great ill be testig tomorrow

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    Running the HID attack from terminal with "su" "bootkali start-rev-met --us --hid7cmd" clears the terminal, shows only cursor for 15 seconds and drops back to root@A0001.

    Tried to run USB keyboard, this shows that the kernel isn't compatible.
    When checking kernel it shows;
    3.4.104
    root@fringe #1
    Sat jan 3 15:52

    Anybody a idea what the issue could be? looks like right kernel as alfa on OTG is working

  5. #55
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    Serendipity - What device are you running?

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    Hi!

    Sorry for the late reply, I'm rocking a bacon / one plus one 64gb.

    Thanks for the help!

  7. #57
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    The teensy is great, solder it right into a brand new flashy keyboard then lay it somewhere IT usually can't resist especially if it has flashy light whoo

    I know that people use base64 encoding and decoding for this most of the time to evade AV I made a project that you can use custom character sets to make it harder for AV

    Simple C program

    git clone https://github.com/lillypad/chameleon.git
    cd chameleon
    make
    ./chameleon --help

    Enjoy
    Last edited by lillypad; 2015-02-20 at 15:41.

  8. #58
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    Quote Originally Posted by Serendipity View Post
    Running the HID attack from terminal with "su" "bootkali start-rev-met --us --hid7cmd" clears the terminal, shows only cursor for 15 seconds and drops back to root@A0001.

    Tried to run USB keyboard, this shows that the kernel isn't compatible.
    When checking kernel it shows;
    3.4.104
    root@fringe #1
    Sat jan 3 15:52

    Anybody a idea what the issue could be? looks like right kernel as alfa on OTG is working
    Hi Serendipity,

    Since a couple of days, I have an OPO with Nethunter, too.

    Have you tried turning ADB on?
    With ADB running, it works fine for me. Without ADB I can reproduce exactly your behaviour (which is probably normal - looks the same on my N7).
    Last edited by stinkybit; 2015-03-06 at 09:33.

  9. #59
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    there should be an update to kali nethunter to make it more stable like teensy

  10. #60
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    Solved....
    Last edited by beloadjoker; 2015-11-09 at 21:48.

  11. #61
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    Feel free to leave feedback if something is broken or works. Thanks everyone!

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