The USB Rubber Ducky and the Digispark board both suffer from the same issue when attacking macOS computers: a keyboard profiler pop-up which tries to identify any non-Apple USB keyboards. While it’s an annoying setback, the solution is a simple modification that allows Mac computers to be targeted, which affects the ability to target Windows and Linux devices.

Apple’s profiler, called Keyboard Setup Assistant, is the window that opens whenever a non-Apple keyboard connects to a MacBook, Mac Pro, iMac, etc., which attempts to identify the newly attached keyboard. This secret security feature… more


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