Hotplug attacks are great, until they're not — which is why it's important to limit the scope of engagement. Thankfully the Bash Bunny Mark II can do this with a geofencing feature using bluetooth signals to prevent payloads from running unless it's certain to be in the defined area.
One of the greatest new features of the Bash Bunny Mark II is remote triggers. With this, a payload — or multiple stages of a payload — can be triggered from afar. These can be done with any bluetooth low-energy device, including most smartphones. In this article I'll demonstrate how to use this handy new feature. Read More
Throughout the history of personal computers, serial has been a mainstay for file transfer and console access. To this day it’s widely used, from headless servers to embedded microcontrollers. With the Bash Bunny, we’ve made it convenient as ever – without the need for a serial-to-USB converter. Read More
As anyone in IT knows, two is one — one is none. It’s important to backup your documents. As a pentesters know, exfiltration is a fancy word for an involuntary backup. To that end, the Bash Bunny features at storage attack mode capable of intelligent exfiltration with gigs of high speed storage. Read More
Computers trust humans. Humans interact with keyboards. Hence the Human Interface Device or HID standard used by all modern USB keyboards. To a computer, if the device says it’s a keyboard — it’s a keyboard. So when our Bash Bunny says 'I'm a Keyboard'... You can see where this is going. Read More
Exploiting local network attack vectors, the Bash Bunny emulates specialized Ethernet adapters. This network of two (the Bash Bunny and your target) provides direct access to the target – bypassing any would-be firewalls, countermeasures or intrusion detection systems from the legitimate LAN. Read More