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A user-friendly open-source project to learn about keystroke injection attacks or ‘BadUSBs’. By emulating a USB keyboard, BadUSBs can gain full access to a computer in a matter of seconds!
Unlike with other BadUSBs, you don’t need to install an app, log in, compile, or copy scripts onto an SD card. You simply connect via WiFi to manage all your scripts from within the web interface.
This tool is intended to be used for testing, training, and educational purposes only.
Never use it to do harm or create damage!
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This encased and inconspicuous looking BadUSB by Maltronics comes with both USB-A and USB-C.
It runs the WiFi Duck firmware and works plug and play.
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DSTIKE WiFi Duck
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A custom designed development board which comes preflashed with the WiFi Duck firmware by Travis Lin.