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Shepherd’s Pi – Herding Sheep with a Raspberry Pi - Timothy Mulligan (TakeDownCon Rocket City 2014) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Shepherd’s Pi – Herding Sheep with a Raspberry Pi - Timothy Mulligan

Most people are aware that the Raspberry Pi is a low-cost, educational Linux platform. Projects that begin on a Linux laptop or PC can be easily ported to a Pi. Ease of acquisition, affordability,and small form factor make the Pi a perfect throw-away hacking platform. This presentation demonstrates use of a Pi as a portable Man-in-the-Middle and SSL stripping attack vector. Any location offering open WiFi is potentially vulnerable to this type of attack. It is possible for an attacker to gather credentials and other personal information from WiFi sessions. Countermeasures that foil this type of attack will also be discussed.

Bio: Timothy Mullican began working for Aleta Technologies as an intern in January, 2013, and is now a Cyber Defense Analyst. He is a student at Laurel Springs High School (a private, accredited online school) and is planning to graduate in September. Tim is dual-enrolled at Calhoun Community College, and will complete his Associate of Science degree in December. At Calhoun, he has been named to the Dean’s List and President’s List and is a member of Phi Theta Kappa and Sigma Kappa Delta honor societies. He is an active student member of the North Alabama ISSA (Information Systems Security Association). Tim’s parents, who are both UNIX system administrators, introduced him to computer programming and Linux when he was in elementary school. Tim began writing apps and earning professional certifications at age 15. So far, he has earned 7 certifications including the CompTIA Security+, Linux+, and EC-Council CEH. After graduation, Tim plans to continue with Aleta while earning a B.S. degree in Cybersecurity and the CISSP certification.

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