Evil Crow Cable

$25.00

Evil Crow cable is a BadUSB cable device based on Attiny85 microcontroller with data line enabled. Evil Crow Cable is a basic device for professionals and cybersecurity enthusiasts and was developed to show security breaches in USB peripherals.

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    Evil Crow cable is a BadUSB cable device based on Attiny85 microcontroller with data line enabled. Evil Crow Cable is a basic device for professionals and cybersecurity enthusiasts and was developed to show security breaches in USB peripherals.

     

    Evil Crow BadUSB Cable is an information security and penetration testing tool that looks and functions just like a regular USB cable (both power and data) until a wireless remote control triggers it to deliver your choice of attack payload to the host machine. In essence, Evil Crow is the next step in the evolution of BadUSB, embedding the attack in the USB cable itself.

     

    Emulating keyboard and mouse actions, payloads can be completely customized and can be highly targeted. Undetectable by firewalls, AV software (**depending on payload of course**) or visual inspection, the Evil Crow Cable is an ideal tool for penetration testers, police and government.

     

    evil crow cable payloads

     

    For more information view the github page or see additional tabs with installation per operating system and how to upload payloads.

    Ubuntu Installation

    1. Update Ubuntu packages with the following commands (only Ubuntu):
      • sudo apt update
      • sudo apt upgrade
    2. Download Arduino IDE: https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Software
    3. Install libusb and lib32stdc with the following commands (only Ubuntu):
      • sudo apt install libusb-dev
      • sudo apt install lib32stdc++6
    4. Install build-essential with the following command (only Ubuntu):
      • sudo apt install build-essential
    5. Download DigisparkKeyboard library with multiple layout support: https://github.com/ernesto-xload/DigisparkKeyboard
    6. Unzip library in Arduino/libraries/directory
    7. Edit DigiKeyboard.h file and uncomment #define kbd_es_es
    8. Change #define kbd_es_es for your keyboard layout and save the changes
    9. Run Arduino IDE with the following commands (NOTE: Don’t install the Arduino IDE, just run it!)
      • cd arduino-1.X.XX-linux64/arduino-1.X.XX/ (example: cd arduino-1.8.10-linux64/arduino-1.8.10/)
      • ./arduino (NOTE: Do not run the Arduino IDE with root permissions!)
    10. Click File and then Preferences
    11. Add the JSON URL to the Additional Boards Manager text box: http://digistump.com/package_digistump_index.json
    12. Click OK
    13. Click Tools > Board > Board Manager
    14. Search and Install: Digistump AVR Boards
    15. Close the Arduino IDE

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