Pen testing tools like the rubber ducky, Wi-Fi pineapple, and network taps are all pretty cool, but can also cost a small fortune. If you’re using them every day for engagements, that might be fine, but if you’re just interested – or like to play it makes it a bit more difficult. This talk shows the DIY way to make a number of these tools and shows how you don’t have to be loaded to hack the things.
Peter is an electrical engineer turned security consultant from Wellington, NZ. He enjoys playing with open source hardware and software, poking cars, and breaking things in his spare time when he’s not running PrivSec Consulting.