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Universal Keyboard Emulator USB Rubber Ducky

I want to share my experience on how to create and upload a payload to Rubber Ducky on the macOS terminal. Also how I flashed the USB Rubber Ducky firmware to work with macOS, Linux, and Windows machines.

Prerequisites

We need a HomeBrew package manager to install a DFU programmer and Java Open JDK.

Using Java application, we will compile a payload.

DFU programmer is required to flash Rubber Ducky to simulate Apple Keyboard on your macOS. If you didn’t flash the firmware, you…

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Tomas Savenas

Tomas Savenas

Kibernetinio saugumo entuziastas; Aktyviausias Lietuvis TryHackMe platformoje; Inovacijų valdymo ir Antreprenerystės Magistrantas @ KTU