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antimon

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Hi, i bought two Raspberry Pies last week that i just today got working after much work and effort, trial and error. I don't have access to an ethernet-port, so i have tried to connect to Wifi via command line, without success, but today i was able to boot into GUI, and connected through there.

One of them run Raspbian, and the other one i was planning on running either PwnPi or Kali Linux. I know that i can't install Backbox on the RPi, but i was just thinking of other ways to use the RPi together with my laptop running Backbox?

Do anyone have any ideas?

Thanks in advance. :)



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Reply #1 on: April 27, 2015, 06:55:39 PM
Hi!
On my 2 rasp there are:
- HoneyPot ( kippo, you should try it!!! Now!!!  )
- Firewall and/or routing stuff ( ipfire, you should try it!!! now!!! )
- vpn server
- sharing related stuff
- and other shit

Bye!

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I'm sorry, my reply was totally OT, I'm not sure at all that distro like bbox (but even others, kaly etc) works fine on raspy... There are tools that needs a lot of resources and 500 mb of ram aren't enough, this is just my opinion, but I don't like the ultimate "fashion" to adapt this kind of distros for arm support, I find it useless, I repeat, this is my opinion and doesn't worth so much, only 2 Cents ;)


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Reply #2 on: May 05, 2015, 03:34:32 PM
Hi!
On my 2 rasp there are:
- HoneyPot ( kippo, you should try it!!! Now!!!  )
- Firewall and/or routing stuff ( ipfire, you should try it!!! now!!! )
- vpn server
- sharing related stuff
- and other shit

Bye!

[edit]
I'm sorry, my reply was totally OT, I'm not sure at all that distro like bbox (but even others, kaly etc) works fine on raspy... There are tools that needs a lot of resources and 500 mb of ram aren't enough, this is just my opinion, but I don't like the ultimate "fashion" to adapt this kind of distros for arm support, I find it useless, I repeat, this is my opinion and doesn't worth so much, only 2 Cents ;)




I have two B +'s with 1Gb RAM each, and both of them are running Raspbian.
One of them i have tried to fully devote it to wardriving, with Kismet installed, bluetooth and a GPS receiver installed.
I haven't yet gotten it to work properly, but i am sure that i will get there, in time. :)

On the other one i have Raspbian, but i have had Kali installed on, but i wasn't able to use "startx" to boot into the GUI, so i couldn't connect to Wifi.
I think this may have been becouse of my power supply, or lack of power supply. I had a regular charger with 5V, 1A then, but since then i have bought a powered usb-hub that i hope may help. But it doesn't have to be becouse of that either.
I have to try that again sometime, but right now i am using it for practicing scripting.

One project that i am planning is to, in the near future make a RPi-cluster. I see this as a great opportunity to learn some networking basics, since i am kind of new to this.
Are there any other uses for a cluster that you think might suit me?

Another project i have been interested in is to make one into a Onion router, or VPN router, but i haven't really looked into that yet.

WeWeg: Have you done any fun stuff with yours?




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Reply #3 on: May 06, 2015, 12:48:41 PM
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WeWeg: Have you done any fun stuff with yours?
Hi!!
The only are what I've reported above! I've found Rpi very useful for lan working: streaming - sharing - firewall - Honey pot etcetcetc!
But antimon we are OT, we should not write this stuff!
Cheers =)

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Reply #4 on: May 09, 2015, 12:08:15 PM
Hi, i bought two Raspberry Pies last week that i just today got working after much work and effort, trial and error. I don't have access to an ethernet-port, so i have tried to connect to Wifi via command line, without success, but today i was able to boot into GUI, and connected through there.

One of them run Raspbian, and the other one i was planning on running either PwnPi or Kali Linux. I know that i can't install Backbox on the RPi, but i was just thinking of other ways to use the RPi together with my laptop running Backbox?

Do anyone have any ideas?

Thanks in advance. :)

we don't know as we never worked with raspberry using BB.

Maybe you can try and if you succeed, let us have your feedback.