By Stefan Sjogelid
Turn your Raspberry Pi into your personal undercover agent toolbox with this set of intriguing projects!
• become aware of an outsider on digicam and trigger an alarm;
• pay attention in or checklist conversations from a distance;
• discover what the opposite desktops in your community are up to;
• unharness your Raspberry Pi at the world.
Ever needed you'll mess around with all of the neat devices your favourite spies use (like James Bond or Michael Westen)? With the creation of the outstanding Raspberry Pi and some USB add-ons, anyone can now take part at the action.
Discover the way to flip your Raspberry Pi right into a multipurpose undercover agent device! via a sequence of enjoyable, easy-to-follow initiatives you’ll how to organize audio/video surveillance, discover your wireless community, play pranks in your associates, or even the right way to loose your Raspberry Pi from the limitations of the wall socket.
Raspberry Pi for mystery brokers begins out with the preliminary setup of your Raspberry Pi, courses you thru a couple of pranks and undercover agent concepts, after which exhibits you the way to use what you’ve discovered out within the genuine world.
Learn easy methods to configure your working approach for max mischief and begin exploring the audio, video, and wireless initiatives. the right way to list, pay attention, or consult humans from a distance and the way to distort your voice. you may also plug on your webcam and arrange a movement detector with an alarm, or discover what the opposite pcs in your wireless community are as much as. as soon as you’ve mastered the suggestions, mix them with a battery pack and GPS for the last word off-road secret agent kit.
What you'll study from this book
• set up and configure Raspbian OS for optimum mischief;
• agenda a prank to ensue whilst your foe least expects it;
• hear in or consult humans from a distance;
• realize an interloper with movement detection and trigger an alarm;
• Distort your voice in strange ways;
• Push unforeseen photos into browser windows;
• Knock all viewers off your wireless network;
• keep an eye on the Pi along with your smartphone;
• continue your info mystery with encryption.
A playful, casual method of utilizing the Raspberry Pi for mischief!
Who this e-book is written for
Raspberry Pi for mystery Agents is for all mischievous Raspberry Pi vendors who’d wish to see their computing device rework right into a neat secret agent machine for use in a sequence of sensible pranks and initiatives. No earlier abilities are required to persist with alongside and if you’re thoroughly new to Linux, you’ll decide up a lot of the fundamentals for free.
Apart from the Raspberry Pi board itself, a USB microphone and/or a webcam is needed for many of the audio/video subject matters and a wireless dongle is suggested for the networking examples. A Windows/Mac OS X/Linux computing device (or moment Raspberry Pi) is usually suggested for distant community entry.
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Raspberry Pi for Secret Agents by Stefan Sjogelid