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Hiding A Raspberry Pi Zero Inside A Hard Drive! – Hackster Blog
For a while now, I’ve been thinking about ways someone could discretely hide a Raspberry Pi inside of a computer. If you could do so, it could give you permanent physical access to the computer. My motive for this project, though, was to basically create a rouge access point.

I had two main objectives for the project:

The Raspberry Pi needs an infinite power source. Tying it to a battery would mean that the batteries would either need to be constantly switched or somehow charged on a regular basis. I wanted something that you could just plug in and forget about for a year.
The Raspberry Pi and the WiFi card had to be concealed inside of the computer. Someone shouldn’t be able to peak in and realize something’s amiss.
It’s important to note that while doing this, I mostly had a corporate mindset. The idea that you were on a penetration testing job site and the computer in question isn’t really inspected by the end-user very much.

My initial idea was to just take a male molex connector and solder the 5V and ground to the Raspberry Pi. While this would fulfill requirement 1, it would be very obvious if someone glanced in the case and saw a dangling Raspberry Pi hanging from a power connector.

I started to wonder if I could maybe hide it inside of a hardware component. A CD drive would provide plenty of room for a Raspberry Pi 3 and more but there’s one downside: the drive wouldn’t be operational. It also breaks requirement 2 because even though the Raspberry Pi is concealed, people will very quickly notice if they not only suddenly have an extra disk drive, but a broken disk drive.

Then, I thought of it: why not the inside of a hard drive. A Raspberry Pi Zero could probably fit inside of a scrapped out one with a little room to spare.
yesterday by HM0880
s-matyukevich/raspberry-pi-os: Learning operating system development using Linux kernel and Raspberry Pi
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Yuss, I’m running a Jam on Sat Aug 11. All levels welcome, dets:
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2 days ago by whykay
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Yuss, I’m running a Jam on Sat Aug 11. All levels welcome, dets:
Wanna help, p…
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2 days ago by whykay
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the first thing i thought when we setup our bee hive was "i wonder how you could count the number of bees coming and going?"

after a little research i discovered it seems noone has a good non intrusive system for doing it yet. it can apparently be useful for all sorts of hive health checking.
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