A BitLocker recovery key is a unique 48-digit numerical password that is generated when you enable BitLocker on a Windows computer or device. BitLocker is a disk encryption program included with Windows, and is designed to protect the data on your hard drive by encrypting it. The recovery key is a critical component of BitLocker because it is used to unlock or recover access to the encrypted drive in case you forget your BitLocker password or experience issues with your computer's hardware or software.
Credential harvesting is the method of obtaining credentials — think usernames and passwords. Many techniques are used to obtain credentials, from keylogging to credential dumping. With a set of credentials in hand, red teamers may access systems and make lateral movement across the network, as well as creating their own credentials which may be difficult to detect in a breach. See all credential payloads.
This payload is for the USB Rubber Ducky — a "flash drive" that types keystroke injection payloads into unsuspecting computers at incredible speeds. It's no wonder this little quacker has made appearances on Mr. Robot, FBI, Blacklist, National Geography and more!