Intro to the Hackers lab
A new series about hacker hardware coming to a computer near you!
To start things off, I’ll be discussing the Raspberry Pi. It’s something that I feel every self-labeled hacker should own and use frequently.
What is a Raspberry Pi!?
First of all, it’s certainly not something you eat…
A raspberry pi (henceforth known as Rpi) is a “credit-card-sized mini-computer that plugs into your T.V. and keyboard.” In other words, it’s a computer you can fit in the palm of your hand and in your pocket or even hide somewhere within a target building (more on that later).
Okay cool, but what can I do with it?
A pentesting drop-box? HOW?!
Well, essentially, you just do some hardware mods, install kali (or pwnpi) on it, drop it in a hidden location, (might I suggest a Pringles can wrapped in matte-black tape?) connect to it via NetCat or SSH and hack away.
That’s all for today folks. I’ll leave you a few things to think on…
This can be lifted by a drone. Any ideas on this one?
It’s portable and can fit in your pocket while it’s on.
What other things do you think this could be used for in a hacker environment?