Make your Portable Hacking Station with Kali Linux and a Raspberry Pi
Cracking Wi-Fi passwords, spoofing accounts, and testing networks on the road!
Great tutorial by LifeHacker!
Five well explained steps for install Kali Linux on a Raspberry Pi, mount a display and some other devices and obtain a fully functional portable hacking station.
What is needed?
- Raspberry Pi Model B/B+
- A battery pack
- A Wi-Fi card
- An 8 GB SD card
- A PiTFT touch screen (Update: an older version of this post pointed to this screen, which still works, but doesn’t fit flush with the Raspberry Pi 2 or other newer versions of the Pi)
- A case (optional, but if you’re carrying the Raspberry Pi around with you, it’s useful. This case from Adafruit built to pack in the PiTFT and the Model B is a great option if that’s the model you’re working with.)
- A Wireless Keyboard
- A Desktop computer (to perform the initial installation)
Take a look to full tutorial on Lifehacker.com: