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  1. Hello, I've been attempting to redirect port 80 to port 8080 using iptables v1.8.3 to test an SSL strip MITM attack. I've entered the command: iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -i wlan0 -p tcp --dport 80 -j REDIRECT --to-port 8080 upon entering it gives me the _error_: unknown option "--dport" it also doesn't recognize the "--to-port" option. I'm running Kali Linux on a Rasberry Pi 4B 4GB Does anyone know how I can resolve this? I haven't found anything useful on the web after three days of troubleshooting. cheers! -MichaelPV
  2. A Raspberry-pi handheld platform with a physical keyboard, Display and Expansion header for custom baords (Like Ardinuo Shield). First take a look at this in 3D using AutoDesk Fusion 360 Online. I made a UMPC that is open and it can help other geeks like me to do there tasks. Please help me out to reach as many people as possible. There is no money or censorship, nothing related to money at all. All parts are free to make and licensed with GPLv3. Now see some key features. It is fully open-source hardware. So you can hack it as you wish. You can make your expansion-card like gps, Radio etc and attach them. You can use any Raspberry-pi form factor like / PINE H64 Model B/ Banana Pi BPI-M4B etc. You can use Pi zero to 3. You can acess all the ports of the pi and the back part is attached with 4 screw. It can hold a 4" or 3.5" touch screen. Also have a physical keyboard attached via USB. It don't need any custom image of Raspbian. You can use vanila Raspbian and install the LCD driver, that's it. So little parts needed to make one. See the parts_list . Here is the website https://mutantc.gitlab.io/ and YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbU1bjAwaDnZZvXIBHzUXuQ?view_as=subscriber thanks
  3. Just thought I would share latest raspberry pi build. https://cap-sig.com/portable-kali-pi-v1/ Mainly a 3D printed enclosure to hold all the essentials for a Re4son Sticky Fingers Kali-Pi build. Let me know your thoughts/suggestions!
  4. I am wondering if it's practical to have an SDR transmitter small enough to fit in a person't pocket? The range doesn't need to be great (4 meters). I just need to transmit data at a rate of 1mbs from an untethered person (WiFi is not allowed) back to a base station. Any advice?
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