I have been looking at the BashBunny from Hak5 for some time, and thought to myself that it was quite expensive. I wanted to play with the same powerful tools, so I decided to build my own cheap-ass version from a Raspberry Pi Zero WiFi.
After looking around the internet I found a couple of projects to build on: PiBunny and rspiducky. The nice work was not complete and didn’t do exactly what I needed.
After some soldering, coding and messing around with other peoples code, I ended up with my Bunny-version with these features:
A Raspberry Pi you stick into a PC that acts like a keyboard, a mass storage device, a serial device, and an RNDIS-ethernet adapter.
16 boot modes that can be set by a 4xDIP switch. Depending on the switches different scripts/payloads will be executed upon boot.
Two buttons that can launch 2 different scripts in each bootmode.
Two LED’s (red and green) incorporated into the buttons for signalling. ON/OFF/SLOW BLINK/FAST BLINK.
Easy BashBunny bash syntax for keyboard strokes, LED’s and attack modes.
The result is not pretty, but it works. If you want to spend the extra money you could make a nice PCB hat.
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