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CrikeyCon 2015

  • Brisbane, Queensland Australia (map)

Fun with the Hak5 Rubber Ducky

Since its release in 2010, the Hak5 Rubber Ducky has been an overlooked component to an attackers arsenal. With almost every computer on the planet accepting input via keyboards and the USB standard known as HID or Human Interface Device, the Ducky abuses one of the ultimate trust relationships within a computer. The Ducky makes use of an extremely simple scripting language for the development of payloads which can then be executed at speeds beyond 1000 words per minute. This presentation will cover off the creation of your very first through to advanced payloads as well as looking at some of the tools you can use to develop your own.

Website: CrikeyCon

Content: Download PowerPoint Slides

Payloads: More Information Here

Audience: Information Security Professionals



Earlier Event: July 8
Brisbane OWASP
Later Event: April 7
Victorian .Net User Group