Sparrowvsrevolution writes "Penetration tester Kevin Bong has created what he calls the "Mini Pwner," a spy node kit that can be assembled in a form small enough to fit in an Altoid's tin or a pack of cigarettes. The device is designed so that a hacker or penetration tester impersonating a repairman can simply walk by a company's security desk with the Mini Pwner in his or her pocket, plug it into an ethernet port, and connect back to the device and the victim's network through its wifi signal, potentially from a laptop in the parking lot. Bong sells a kit for building the device for $99, which includes a tiny TP-Link wifi router that runs OpenWRT, Nmap and dSniff, a battery pack and a small USB thumb drive. He also explains how to build one yourself for less than $40."
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