Build a Raspberry PI Hacking Device (Part 1)

Raspberry Pi Hacking Device
Raspberry Pi Hacking Device

Building a Hacking Device with a Raspberry Pi device is a thrilling and interesting topic. Thrilling, because hacking devices always got a thrill. Interesting, because a mobile hacking device, which can even run hours on a battery pack, is quite a dangerous weapon.

Requirements

Here’s a list of the requirements for building the hacking device.

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1.) Raspberry Pi

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I strongly advice to use the latest Raspberry Pi 3 Modells, since their performance is really outstanding. Stay away from the older 2 Models, they simply too slow especially if you want to install KALI Linux on them.

2.) Micro SD Card

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I strongly recommend a 64 or even 128 GByte card, especially if you want to run large operations on your hacking device or think of using vulnerability Scanners like OpenVAS on it.

3.) Power Suppy

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There are many different models. I recommend you using the modell shown above, since it seems best in my opinion.

4.) Wireless USB Keyboard

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I love to use that model, since it includes a mousepad as well. It’s easy to use: Simply plug the USB connector into the Pi and go. Almost no weight, so its the perfect solution for the modern roadwarrior.

5.) Display for Raspberry Pi

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The Kuman display above seems the perfect solution. I run a couple of hacking devices based on Pi’s and never had a problem with that display. It comes along with a pen since it has touch capacity. This is useful when using the hacking device in the field.

6.) Anker PowerCore (20.000 mAh)

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The Anker PowerCore is an awesome power give. My hacking device runs for about one day without a static power supply just by using that powercore. Essential for field operations.

7.) USB Cable (for PowerCore)

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The AmazonBasic cables seem a perfect choice to go.

 

Next Part 2: Setup and Installation of your Hacking Device

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