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Logan Rickert wanted to bring a Raspberry Pi Zero into a penetration testing environment but in a covert manner. He decided to repurpose an old hard drive, fit the Zero inside and then power it from the 5V line of the hard drive. That way, when installed, the Zero would be powered and it would look just like an extra hard drive.
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