Script Your Own MacOS Ducky Script Payloads for a Digispark Board [Tutorial]

November 29, 2019 by 30 Comments

How to Script MacOS Payloads for a Digispark
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Cyber Weapons Lab, Episode 129

A Digispark is an inexpensive alternative to a USB Rubber Ducky that’s perfect for testing out scripts before buying the pricier Ducky. On this episode of Cyber Weapons Lab, we’ll go over scripting payloads specifically for MacOS that can be deployed from the cheap Digispark board.

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30 Replies to “Script Your Own MacOS Ducky Script Payloads for a Digispark Board [Tutorial]”

  1. AsianPuppy says:

    early to this great content, keep it up 🙂

  2. Jack Charis says:

    can you make a video of how to install Kali Linux and all the other programming software
    Love your vids

  3. Andy Lib says:

    Jesus that‘s scary 👀

  4. The title should be titled "How to Properly spoof a Apple keyboard for custom Digispark USB duckyscripting"

  5. zed robot says:

    Amazing content to be honest ⚡⚡⚡

  6. mihai b says:

    Great video as always. Keep up the good work

  7. Keep up the good work Cody, respek due!

  8. USB Guard on Linux, if you use Linux, look up USBGuard! It's an amazing piece of software!

    As long as you thoroughly read the instructions and take your time, the installation is rather easy to get through.

  9. Just a thought, what if you had a SIM slot on a Wifi Duck alongside an SD card slot, that way you could remotely execute from the device for days on end and do long term security checks to see flaws in your business

  10. Null Byte – Excellent tutorial!

  11. Hope you had a great Thanksgiving my friends 🙋‍♂️

  12. Riza Perwira says:

    Bro, i'm request.. how to running on kali-linux about Ultimate Facebook Scraper – A Bot Which Scrapes Almost Everything About A Facebook User'S Profile Including All Public Posts/Statuses Available On The User'S Timeline, Uploaded Photos, Tagged Photos, Videos, Friends List And Their Profile Photos
    This is link github :

  13. Omar Shehab says:

    Hey Kody!
    Could you please make a tutorial on how to gain a reverse shell on a fully patched Windows 10 using the DgiSpark, such that no initial internet access is required… Eg. We don't have to download an executable.
    In other words, automatically typing the exploit itself into CMD/PowerShell.

    Highly appreciate your efforts! Thanks.

  14. lollubrick says:

    This is not an interpreter for the ducky scripting language that is used for the hak5 devices. If you wrote an arduino program that interpreted everything that language allows and run it on this chip that would be much cooler.

  15. hello can you help me?
    can you make a video about hash codes into numbers using HMAC SHA-512.

  16. I love this channel , however 90 percent of it I have no clue what he is talking about !! Lol

  17. I am an absolute beginner in this field. Can anyone guide me from where I should start? There's so much content I just can't figure it out.

  18. You can make your own bad usb 😉 more fun

  19. Akash Karad says:

    Have You Any Netbus 1.7 Information

  20. MrShylo says:

    I’ve seen more comments about you not blinking, then I have seen you blinked

  21. youssef joo says:

    I want to know the IP and address of the person I talk to on the chat I mean chat site on wireshark or what ?

  22. Um abraço aos americanos! Brasília

  23. this is a great video but what happens if the computer is locked. would plugin this device bypass and upload the payload behind the scene?

  24. Tyllis Xu says:

    I have a Digispark, but the sketch I upload from the Arduino IDE does not seem to persist. Every time the Digispark is unplugged and plugged, the Digispark "forgets" the script and does nothing. Is the issue involving the digispark?

  25. User says:

    First comment in 7 months

  26. learn it says:

    how do you find the other projects from arduino ide ;

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