For the sake of convenience, computers trust a number of devices. Flash drives, Ethernet adapters, serial devices and keyboards to name a few. These have become mainstays of modern computing. Each has their own unique attack vectors. When combined? The possibilities are limitless. The Bash Bunny is all of these things, alone – or in combination – and more!
Each attack, or payload, is written in a simple “Ducky Script” language consisting of text files. A central repository is home to a growing library of community developed payloads. Staying up to date with all of the latest attacks is just a matter of downloading files from git. Then loads ’em onto the Bash Bunny just as you would any ordinary flash drive.
Under the hood it’s a full featured Linux computer — so tools you’ve come to love work out of the box. It’s fast too — booting in under 7 seconds thanks to the powerful quad-core CPU and desktop-class SSD. The payload switch and RGB LED make selecting and monitoring attacks convenient — and with a dedicated Serial console, there’s always a Linux terminal ready.