Posts Tagged "raspberry pi"

Offensive Security - Raspberry Pi with LUKS

Kali Linux on a Raspberry Pi (A/B+/2) with Disk Encryption

With the advent of smaller, faster ARM hardware such as the new Raspberry Pi 2 (which now has a Kali image built for it), we’ve been seeing more and more use of these small devices as “throw-away hackboxes“. While this might be a new and novel technology, there’s one major drawback to this concept – and that is the confidentiality of the data stored on the device itself. Most of the setups we’ve seen do little to protect the sensitive information saved on the SD cards of these little computers.

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Raspberry Pi TFT Screen Support

Kali with Raspberry Pi TFT support

Several weeks ago a request in the Kali forums prompted us to look at the integration of the Adafruit 2.8in TFT touch screen for Kali Linux. A few weeks and much less hair later, we are happy to announce the availability of this image in our Offensive Security custom Kali images section.

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Kali Linux Custom Raspberry Pi ® Script

Generating Kali Raspberry Pi Images

Kali Linux Raspberry Pi Image Updated!” That was supposed to be the “tweet” we would release, telling everyone our new Kali Linux Raspberry Pi image was supposedly better than our old one. We often update our followers with news like this on twitter, and this tweet would be no different. However, this time, we thought it would be interesting to tell you about the mechanics of updates like these, and shed some light on how these “news items” come about. This post will also give us the opportunity to describe the process of running our custom Kali Linux ARM build scripts, by way of a story. If you couldn’t care less about this story, and just want the updated image – head straight to our Kali Linux Custom Image page!

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