DIY tablet PC for hacking

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Author: Andrey Biryukov

Mobile devices penetrated our everyday life. Smartphones and tablet PCs allow performing numerous tasks in various areas, including information security. Although there is a vast range of mobile OS software, the programs required for penetration testing are unavailable. As a solution, the speaker suggests creating a DIY tablet PC based on Raspberry Pi 3 and running Linux. In contrast to other Raspberry-based solutions, this device does not require any peripherals—either a keyboard or a mouse. Interaction with the user is only via touch screen, therefore the device size can be reduced down to smartphone dimensions. The tablet PC is running Aircrack-ng, Kismet, Nmap, Wireshark, Metasploit (!), and custom Python scripts. The speaker will demonstrate how the device works and give tips on how to assemble and configure it.

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  • Russian

Graduated from the Moscow Aviation Institute, the Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Physics. 12+ years of experience in information security. Lead information security engineer with AMT GROUP with the focus on ICS security. A regular author for the Russian magazine "System administrator." Wrote several books on information security.

Andrey Biryukov Andrey Biryukov

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