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Stray

Thanks for the write up! :)

Am I missing something or is this pretty much useless for real world application? If you need the drivers for the digispark to even be recognized then the rubber ducky payload will never run. Tried this on 3 different PCs and the only one it actually worked on was the one I installed the drivers and converted/programmed the payload on.

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Lauren Author

This is a solid point I did not think about, I was mostly just using it for fun on my own pc. Gonna look into it and see if I can find a solution, I'll post back if I do. Thanks for letting me know!

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Stray

Lol yeah I was all excited and into my 5th payload when I was thinking about testing on another computer and went "waaait a minute" and then went to test. Still a fun exercise but here I was thinking I'd get a cheap rubber ducky lol.

This is still the best guide I found for getting it to work right though so kudos and thanks!

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Lauren Author

Man sorry to hear you went through all of that! I'll edit the post and hopefully find a solution, please let me know if you figure it out, too. And thank you!

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Stray

If you have a raspberry pi zero w laying around or want to pick one up you can do the above and more. Found this while traveling down the rabbit hole and figured I would double back :)

github.com/mame82/P4wnP1_aloa

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Lauren Author

Very cool! I don't have the zero but it might be worth picking up for this. Thanks for letting me know about it