Nice work. I came across your stuff while playing with Hak5’s USB Ducky- an arduino/usb that automatically runs exploits such as Utilman upon insertion. If you’re not familiar with it already, I’m hoping you’ll check it out. I’m sure you could expand the list of payloads. Here’s what’s available now: https://github.com/hak5darren/USB-Rubber-Ducky/wiki/Payloads
Comment by joe bradley — Tuesday 5 March 2013 @ 22:44
@joe I’ve heard about it, but I’ll take a closer look.
Comment by Didier Stevens — Wednesday 6 March 2013 @ 20:43
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