Hello! I decided to buy a Raspberry Pi 2 to use it for programming and hacking. Than i decided to make a HacKErBox K.E from it.
This is a individual, original project and far from other HackerBox named projects. Please ask me for sharing and citation if you want to. Thank you for reading this part.
So let get start. 🙂
Materials and prices:
Raspberry Pi 2(w/Shipping): 40 Euro
Ralink MT7601 WIFI (AKA Problem with Linux WIFI):4$
Monitor (Park Camera Monitor):15$
RTC (Real Time Clock Module):2$
Enclosure for RPi2:4$
Speaker case. (From junk)
DC Fan: From old projects
Static Proof (Not %100)
Modified monitor, cables
Custom Image (Used Kali Linux)
I am not using out of box kernel, image and drivers. This system must be work like a monster (Fast, stable, more
penetrative). For best result give up with classic raspbian image and go for Kali ARM distro.
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