1. Copies the "sudo" command spoofing program to the user's home directory. 2. Defines a new persistent "sudo" alias with the file "~/.bash_aliases". 3. When the user "sudoer" executes the command "sudo" in a terminal, the spoofing program : 3a. By default retrieves the username and password and writes them to "/tmp/.sudo_password". 3b. But this behavior can be changed in line 21 of the "sudo-phishing.sh" file. 4. The spoofing program deletes the "sudo" alias. Then it deletes itself.
Phishing is a popular technique for gaining access to a target. Generally, phishing is a digitally delivered social engineering method. Phishing techniques may use a wide net, or specifically target one role or individual — known as spearphishing. Many phishing campaigns involve tricking a target into divulging confidential information, such as by mimicking a known-trusted source — be it a website or person. See all phishing payloads.
This payload is for the Bash Bunny. Simultaneously mimic multiple trusted devices to trick targets into divulging sensitive information without triggering defenses. The Bash Bunny is truly the world's most advanced USB attack platform.