This script can be used to uninstall a specific app on a Windows System. The script opens the research app and go to Uninstall or change a program page using the default path Control Panel\Programs\Programs and Features, then go to the search bar and write the app name, then got on the app, press space to select and enter to uninstall it. When uninstalling an application through the Windows Control Panel, it may not always be enough, especially for complex programs like antivirus software. In such cases, specific uninstaller applications are often required to ensure the complete removal of all components and avoid leaving behind residual files or registry entries. While most standard applications can be successfully uninstalled through the Control Panel, complex or security-related programs may benefit from using specific uninstaller applications for a more thorough and complete removal and, in that cases, this script doesn't work.
Execution is the method of either remotely or locally running code — malicious or otherwise — on a target computer. Execution is typically coupled with other techniques to carry out more complex tasks, like performing reconnaissance, exfiltration or credential harvesting. Execution may be ephemeral, or coupled with persistence techniques used to maintain remote access or continued code execution. See all execution 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!