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On 1/9/2017 at 6:11 PM, OPS32 said:

The GPD pocket seems like a perfect hack-top for concealing and undercover pen testing

https://medium.com/@tomac/qpd-pocket-7-the-return-of-the-hacker-netbook-fe9be1b02ebf

There's a fully automated ansible playbook there for setting up Kali (since it's Debian based.)

https://github.com/cawilliamson/ansible-gpdpocket

 

Have you tested the ansible playbook yourself? Also, have a look here: https://forums.kali.org/showthread.php?38253-Kali-on-GPD-Pocket-7-the-world-s-smallest-full-featured-laptop&s=6f947c0e8b20c3ff23f6dc3a72cdbfca

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Why do people always insist on using devices that allow GUIs? Never understood that, it's skiddie stuff.

Take the time to set up scripts on a device like an RPi and simply call them from a mobile phone via SSH. Or use an SSH app on your phone if you require a command to be sent that isn't scripted.

GUIs are lovely in the lab, I wouldn't bother on the go. Besides, which fits in your pocket  and can be used un-noticed; an RPi or a laptop?

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1 hour ago, haze1434 said:

Why do people always insist on using devices that allow GUIs? Never understood that, it's skiddie stuff.

Take the time to set up scripts on a device like an RPi and simply call them from a mobile phone via SSH. Or use an SSH app on your phone if you require a command to be sent that isn't scripted.

GUIs are lovely in the lab, I wouldn't bother on the go. Besides, which fits in your pocket  and can be used un-noticed; an RPi or a laptop?

Wireshark is a pain in the ass without a gui.  This little laptop has a little more horsepower than a pi as well.

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12 hours ago, barry99705 said:

Wireshark is a pain in the ass without a gui.  This little laptop has a little more horsepower than a pi as well.

True that.

I personally feel that pentesting 'out in the field' should be a grab-n-go type endeavour.

Usually it's best to do some recon using some scripts that implement tshark/whatever you require and then go back to the lab and use this info to create some more scripts.

Then all one has to do is turn up, run a script or 2 in a few seconds/minutes and then make like a banana.

No one is going to suspect that the guy that just walked past is a pentester, compared with the guy that's sitting nearby with a little laptop, typing away frantically.

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