kidzroxx

Pendrive File Stealer

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Do there any software that allows me to steal files from victim's computer by plugging thumbdrive?

If possible, can i choose the folder to steal? For example : My Document's folder

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lol yeah

Auto copy and paste without clicking anything.

The thumbdrive will autorun the copy paste task without showing any progress bar.

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ive seen usb drives that mounted a section as a virtual cd (as some systems wont autoplay/run anything off of anything but cd) and autoplayed a batch script that grab whatever you wanted

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Ah, thanks! hak5 forum was great, man! :lol:

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The USB switchblade is an effective method for stealing stored passwords, product keys, etc., but thats about all it steals. If you're looking for more valuable information, such as bookkeeping software backups, credit card numbers, sensitive documents, and other misc. goodies you'll need to do more than just plug-n-pwn.

The switchblade has an option to silently install a VNC server, which you can connect to from home at your leisure and browse the computer for that kind of thing. I do not encourage nor do I condone malicious actions of this type, mind you, but the switchblade is a versatile tool, a gift that keeps on giving of sorts.

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A lot of the hacks are based on autorun being enabled which by default it is enabled. A good idea though would be to have a backup plan such as having something that needs to be opened somehow to release an exploit on the machine you are trying to pwn. A good way is to have something that needs to be printed, some people are inclined to help the public such as receptionists so they won't give it a second thought.

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A lot of the hacks are based on autorun being enabled which by default it is enabled. A good idea though would be to have a backup plan such as having something that needs to be opened somehow to release an exploit on the machine you are trying to pwn. A good way is to have something that needs to be printed, some people are inclined to help the public such as receptionists so they won't give it a second thought.

Social engineering is always a good way to gain access to documents you wouldn't normally get to see. You could in theory do the printing trick with the switchblade to gain access to some pretty high profile networks.

Another thing you can do with the switchblade is use it for personal documents and use it everywhere you access your documents. A suite of portable applications is also something nice to have on a USB switchblade. It gives you an opportunity to do seemingly legitimate actions such as checking your email on the go, which any decent SE could do on just about any office building computer. Dress clothes or a suit will go a long way. They build trust and authority, this means people are more likely to let you use their computer real quick to fire up Thunderbird to see if you have that oh so important email yet.

A tool is only as good as the person using it.

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another old trick is setting up multiple usb drives with the exploit of your choice and dropping them in easy to find places that you think an employee of the target business will find them. alot of people cant help themselves and will happily plug them in to workplace computers to see whats on them, all the while keyloggers, port scanners, and canned exploits are auto running in the background unbeknownst to the poor sap that just got pwned.

The best place to leave them is by the smoker's bench.

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