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MiniPwner for Penetration Testing

MiniPwner for Penetration Testing

MiniPwner is a battery powered TP-Link TL-WR703N router running OpenWrt. It has an ethernet port, integrated wifi and some tools installed. It is small and cheap.

MiniPwner – [minipwner.com]

What is the MiniPwner
The MiniPwner is a penetration testing “drop box”.

It is designed as a small, simple but powerful device that can be inconspicuously plugged into a network and provide the penetration tester remote access to that network.

Its made up of a portable router running OpenWrt piggy-backed onto a battery pack. Here it is shown next to an iPhone:

The MiniPwner’s key features include:

Integrated Wired and Wireless connections
Once plugged into a target network, the Mini-Pwner can establish an SSH tunnel through the target network, or can be accessed by wifi. In addition, the MiniPwner can be configured as a wifi sniffer and logger – wardriving in your pocket.

Low power consumption, can be run off battery.
With the 1700 mAh battery included in the kit, the Mini-Pwner will run for over five hours of active wired and wireless activity. No need to find a power outlet during the pen test.

Multiple Pen Testing Tools included
tcpdump, nmap, kismet, all come pre-installed

Flexible and Expandable
The MiniPwner runs on the open source OpenWrt operating system. You can easily add or change the installed packages.

Small size
The MiniPwner can be easily carried in a pocket, hidden behind a telephone, or hang from a jack by a short ethernet cable.

SEE ALSO:
Plugbot for Penetration Testing

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