Raspberry Pi Single Board Computers are used very frequently in security. The small and inexpensive units work very well for this function. One of the most popular usage cases is to install Kali Linux and use them directly as hacking stations or configure them as stealthy Pentest Drop Boxes. They can also be used as very cheap security lab training systems. What many don’t know is that you can easily use the default Raspberry Pi Operating System (Pi OS) as the base to build your Pi based security testing platform. Most of the conversion and tool installation can be done with one script - The PenTesters Framework. In this article, we will see how the PenTesters Framework can be used on a Raspberry Pi 400 to install over 300 commonly used security testing tools. What are Raspberry PIs? Raspberry Pis are Single Board Computers that are extremely popular in the....
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- Daniel W. Dieterle, aka “CyberArms”, has been in the computer industry for over twenty years, and currently is a Security Author, Researcher & Consultant. He is an Internationally Published Author that just released his eighth book, “Security Testing with Raspberry Pi, Second Edition”. He is also working on his next book, a complete overhaul of his original, “Basic Security Testing with Kali Linux” which will be available next year. Daniel runs two tech blogs - https://www.cyberarms.wordpress.com & https://www.DanTheIOTMan.com, and is very active as a mentor, helping those new to the security field. More information on his books can be found on his Amazon Author Page - https://www.amazon.com/stores/Daniel-W.-Dieterle/author/B00M8YU0YM