Hacking your own Raspberry Pi – Part 1 The Setup
I wanted to do something like for a while now – I am going to show you how to create your own pen testing lab where you can practice your skills in a controlled environment.
Here is everything you need to make a killer lab.
Raspberry Pi (B, B+) – amazon Micro USB Power Supply (2.5A+ preferably) – amazon Ethernet cable MicroSD Card (8+ GB preferably) + Adapter – amazon SD Card writer – amazon Case (optional) – amazon
Download Re4son’s Damn Vulnerably Pi Image. Insert your microSD Card into your SD Card adapter, and then insert it into your SD Card reader.
Flash it using Etcher
Or flash it using the following shell commands
sudo fdisk -l
…to locate it. Then dump the contents of the image to it.
sudo umount /dev/sdx\* sudo dd bs=1M if=StickyFingers-DV-Pi3-180703.img.xz.img of=/dev/sdx
Plug your AC Adapter into your Pi, connect it to your local network using your Ethernet cable + Router.
Find your device To SSH into your Raspberry Pi, you can do a quick nmap to find it on your network
nmap -p 22 192.168.1.0/24
Then SSH in when you find its IP.
DV-PI has a Vulnerable state and Invulnerable state. You can switch between the two using the built-in dv-pi tool.
dv-pi status # Show status of vulnerable applications dv-pi start # Start vulnerable applications dv-pi stop # Stop vulnerable applications
Next time I will show you a beginner’s attack for your new target. Happy hacking!