It would be a massive understatement to say that teenagers can be difficult. If you’re a parent yourself, then you’ve probably tried every trick in the book to keep them in line. The most effective punishment for teenagers today is probably to take away their internet access, because that removes both their source of entertainment and primary method for socializing. You can do that by simply unplugging your modem, but then you’ll lose access too. A more sophisticated solution is to revoke access through your router. Nick Donaldson has come up with a convenient way to do that with his Raspberry Pi-powered Internet Kill Switch.
// 🔴 bit.ly/internet-switch
🔴 Configuration of high pass and low pass filter
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Information security, as a whole, is an extremely broad field. For infosec professionals or hobbyists, that means you need some specialized equipment at your disposal — and it usually needs to be portable. Most people just connect tools, like an SDR, to a laptop. But that equipment can get bulky quick, and you probably don’t actually need a lot of processing power. That’s why Sekhan’s NightPi is such a good idea.
The NightPi crams a Raspberry Pi, keyboard, display, battery, and specialized tools into a briefcase for portability. Sekhan designed NightPi for penetration testing, OSINT (Open Source Intelligence), and radio exploration.
// 🧳 bit.ly/nightpi
// 📷 github.com/Sekhan/NightPi