Within a pentester’s or hacker’s toolset you will surely find a lots of physical devices and gadgets, such as: Raspberry Pi, WiFi Pineapple, USB Bash Bunny (keystroke injection tool), HackRF One, etc. But, besides all that, you’ll often find a different kinds of lock picking tools.
On the outside it looks just like an ordinary USB drive plugged into your computer, connecting it to your keyboard but it sure does more than that. 4MB USB Value Keylogger by Keyllana has been named one of the stealthiest keylogger due to its capability to stay under the radar of any operating system.
RTL-SDR is a multipurpose SDR device of great utility with physical size very similar to that of a pen drive. Being a Software-defined Radio device, thanks to the chipset inside, belonging to the Radios technology defined by Software, its functionality is multiplied by each computer application that supports it.
The Raspberry Pi® is a tiny, single-board, low-cost, high-performance computer first developed in the UK by the Raspberry Pi Foundation. It was introduced as a learning tool with the goal to get kids into programming/coding with cheap and small, but very powerful mini computer.
The USB Killer V3 is pretty much a simple device, initially developed by the security team based in Hong Kong, having a few high voltages, a FET, a DC/DC converter and a USB connector. Once plugged into a targeted device it will cycle voltage (charge/discharge 220V) until something drops dead.
The Plunder Bug, developed by Hak5, is a smart pocket-sized 10/100 Base-T LAN Tap that slips onto Ethernet cables to give you an access to unencrypted traffic. It allows mirroring network traffic to a third device, for portable packet capture and analysis, through USB-C convenience.
The bladeRF 2.0 micro is Nuand’s newest next-generation USB 3.0, 2×2 MIMO Software Defined Radio (SDR) unit. It allows students, security professionals and RF fans to explore and experiment with wireless communications and provides 5G LTE and spectrum analysis, custom modem and waveform development, etc.
The Packet Squirrel is a nifty little pocket-sized MiTM multi-tool that simplifies Ethernet exploits, provides remote access, VPN based secure connections, packet captures and all that with a simple and easy to use physical button on its side.
YARD Stick One is a sub-1 GHz wireless transceiver, created by Mike Ossmann of Great Scott Gadgets, which can be controlled from your computer. It comes with pre-installed RFCat firmware which allows you to control the wireless transceiver from an interactive Python shell or your own program/script. In addition, you can develop your own firmwareRead More
The Chameleon Mini is a powerful, portable NFC emulation and manipulation tool. Although it represents highly optimized fork of the original RevE project, it’s still compatible with the original firmware.