Hackers looking for a project to keep them busy this weekend may be interested in this awesome DIY hacker penetration testing briefcase which has been created by Sekhan. The NightPi briefcase is equipped with everything you need to carry out mobile penetration testing all while in disguise as a standard briefcase.
Inside the briefcase Sekhan has fitted a Raspberry Pi 3B+, RFID reader, an RTL-SDR dongle, an external HDD, together with a 12V battery and 5V converter for power. To build your very own DIY hacking penetration testing briefcase will cost you around $500 but this depends on the components you choose to include.
The Hackaday website explains :
“To keep things cool, [Sekhan] has smartly added some vent holes along the side of the briefcase, and a couple of fans to get the air circulating. With these cooling considerations, we imagine you should be able to run the NightPi with the lid closed without any issue. That could let you hide it under a table while you interact with its suite of tools from your phone, making the whole thing much less conspicuous. The NightPi is running Kali Linux with a smattering of additional cools to do everything from gathering data from social media to trying to capture keystrokes from mechanical keyboards with the microphone; so there’s no shortage of things to play with.”