Raspberry Pi Zero Hidden Hacking Device

Introduction: Raspberry Pi Zero Hidden Hacking Device

Raspberry Pi Zero Hidden Hacking Device is a portable hacking device that can be used for pentesting in public areas where you just can't take out your laptop as some people around you can suspect you doing something weird.You can connect to this device with your phone and keep it hidden in your pocket.This will enable you to continue your pentesting wherever you go.

Step 1: Materials Needed

1.Raspberry Pi Zero W

2.Powerbank

3.Micro-USB Cable

4.A Small Container

Step 2: Install the Raspbian Buster Lite

1.Download the Raspbian Buster Lite from given link-

https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian/

2.Format the SD-Card

3.Write the Raspbian Image to SD-Card

Step 3: Connecting the Raspberry Pi to Wifi-Headless

1.Download the config files from the link given below

Link-https://github.com/Cyrixninja/Raspberry-pi-Headless

2.Edit it using notepad++ or vscode and add your wifi password and name

3.Power on the raspberry pi using Micro-USB cable

4. Raspberry pi will get connected to wifi

Step 4: Connect to Raspberry Pi Using SSH

On windows-open cmd and type ssh pi@your_pi_ip_address

On Android Download SSH Client and connect to raspberry pi

Step 5: Install Git in Raspberry Pi

1.To install git type-sudo apt-get install git

Step 6: Install the Dependencies and Run the Hacking Tool Framework

Download the install script- git clone https://github.com/Cyrixninja/Installer-script.git

To install dependencies type- bash install.sh

To run the hacking framework type-sudo fsociety

Step 7: Hiding the Hacking Device

1.Cut a tiny hole in container so we can insert Micro-USB Cable through it

2.Insert the raspberry pi in it

3.close the container

Step 8: Installed Tools

1.Nmap

2.SQLmap

3.Nikto

4.Aircrack-ng

For installing more tools go on this -https://github.com/rajkumardusad/Tool-X

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    10 Comments

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    Mingpiee
    Mingpiee

    Question 1 year ago on Step 2

    I need a device that can find or block a hidden wifi device that has been placed in my home. Have any suggestions

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    jesse47174
    jesse47174

    Answer 8 months ago

    Hmmm, you should understand that some devices create their own personal area network.... I personally have a Roku stick that does this same thing. Its hidden and it appears as its own network but in actuality, its how the remote connects to the stick...... They add this feature so you can control your device through another device on your same network, such as an app on your phone....I would personally, install a wifi analyzer on your phone or laptop, log the mac address of the hidden network and go through every device you have. You can even use the wifi analyzer to track it down to a certain area in your home

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    skaggslevi
    skaggslevi

    Question 1 year ago

    what does it do? and what would i use it for?

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    cyrixninja
    cyrixninja

    Answer 1 year ago

    We can connect this device with our mobile phone and can be used for hacking in public places without giving suspicion. You can use it to execute remote commands to your hacking commands to this device where you can't carry your laptop

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    skaggslevi
    skaggslevi

    Reply 1 year ago

    but what does it hack

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    cyrixninja
    cyrixninja

    Reply 1 year ago

    You can try it . It contains many tools that Kali Linux has

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    ImanJimoh
    ImanJimoh

    Question 1 year ago

    Is any of this illegal in England?

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    cyrixninja
    cyrixninja

    Answer 1 year ago

    Owning a Raspberry Pi or installing hacking tools on it is not illegal but if do illegal things like trying to hack someone without thier prior permission is illegal

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    ImanJimoh
    ImanJimoh

    Reply 1 year ago

    Thanks a lot