The Raspberry Pi Hobbyist posted a new tutorial that shows you how to build your own pi powered weather station:
My latest Pi project involves creating a weather station in a way very different from most others. I will cover various parts of this project in my next several posts.
The most common way that a Raspberry Pi (or any other computer) is interfaced is via a pre-built system that has a serial or USB connection. This is the fastest and easiest way to do this. But what fun is doing things the way everyone else does?
This isn’t exactly news, but in case you didn’t already know it, here’s a low budget #concealed #pentest …
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This isn’t exactly news, but in case you didn’t already know it, here’s a low budget #concealed#pentest#KaliLinux#RaspberryPi that is easy to carry around or hide in an office or data center. This isn’t a very eventful video, so no need to watch it, unless you are interested in the details. These days fifty bucks is enough for a physical bug like this and it’s only going to get cheaper and smaller.