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Need help making a modster, Any ideas are helpfull, thank you

Android iphone monster Raspberry PI Linux Kali Linux For Fun side project spare parts extra parts

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Hey there everyone, hope you are all doing well.

So i have an old Samsung s5 active with no screen, iPhone 5s with a broken SIM card slot (so i cant even get past the set up screens), some random LG phone (no idea where it came from), and few older next-book tablets. I have no other use for them and was trying to find some information on combining them into some kind of monster. I just started playing with Kali Linux, and have been having fun doing some mild network testing and playing around with the OP system. Has anyone ever made some kind of cross part, Linux based mobile hacking machine? I know that Raspberry Pi's are getting very popular, Can i build something similar? Any ideas are welcome and appreciated. Thank you for your time and have a great day!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Linux based mobile hacking machine?

 

Providing your Pentesting your own / networks you have permission for:

 

Generally speaking, Android is Linux. There are a couple of apps on the Android Market I've come across if you're looking to use aircrack-ng and such however you do require root and a wireless card that supports monitor mode. It is probably easier just to go with a Raspberry Pi but if you're keen I found this guide, you could replace the screen on the Samsung for example if it's compatible.

 

Again, even attempting to "hack" or otherwise enter a network you do not have permission to use is against the law. If you're looking to take this more professionally I'd recommend looking into the EC-Council.


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