This payload sends an HTTP request to a remote server using the curl command. If the request succeeds, it means the exploit was successful. Conversely, if the request fails, it indicates that the target has resisted the attack. This payload is a Proof of Concept (POC) based on DuckyScript and is intended for use only in authorized penetration testing. CVE-2023-4966  has been resolved, and I have decided to release this payload only now to minimize the risk of it being used inappropriately. Please use this payload exclusively when you are fully aware of what you are doing and have obtained explicit authorization from the target.
Incident Response, or simply IR, is all about managing the aftermath of a security breach. It's all about identifying, minimizing and containing damage as quickly as possible, as well as remediation such that the risk of additional incidents are minimized. A good incident response plan outlines the responsibilities of all parties, in addition to the procedures the organization takes to manage the incident. Having containment payloads developed, tested and at the ready before an incident will save valuable time when needed. See all incident response 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!