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(___/ (___/ (___/ The USB Rubber Ducky is a Human Interface Device programmable with a simple scripting language allowing penetration testers to quickly and easily craft and deploy security auditing payloads that mimic human keyboard input.

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Where did ‘CTRL-SHIFT’ go? – USB Rubber Ducky – Hak5 Forums

Oct 23, 2016 · Using the current revision of duckencode.jar available from the github downloads, I get compilation errors when attempting to encode the mimikatz payload, specifically on the line of the script that registers ‘CTRL-SHIFT ENTER’.

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USB Rubber Ducky | Linux.org

The USB Rubber Ducky device is not a truly malicious tool like the USB Killer. The USB Rubber Ducky can be used maliciously, though. Let’s look over the abilities of the device and see what it can do.

My experience with USB Rubber Ducky – Fadi Abdulwahab’s Blog

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Digispark ATTiny85 USB key “rubber ducky” clone | Hacker News

A while ago I wrote a Rubber Ducky server [1] that is remote controlled and uses a Raspberry Pi Zero W (which supports being a USB HID device). Once connected to a host computer, it exposes a hidden WiFi network that allows you to inject and run Ducky Scripts remotely in real time using a small web interface.

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USB Rubber Ducky Initial Setup for Windows | SinjinSmith.Net

The downside to the Rubber Ducky is that it does not come with very good documentation for those that want to set it up on the Windows side. I had a difficult time with the creating the sample tutorial Hello Word duck script, but after an hour or so was able to work through it.

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