Raspberry pi and power source hidden in book

What is Warshipping ?

Warshipping uses disposable, low-cost, low-power computers to remotely perform close-proximity attacks, regardless of the hacker’s location.
The attacker can control the device from the comfort of their home anywhere in the world.
The only thing the hacker needs to do is to hide a tiny device in a package and ship it off to their victim to gain access to their network.
In fact, The hacker can ship multiple devices to their target location thanks to low build cost.

Tools and supplies –

  • A book from the recycling center
  • Glue
  • Utility knife
  • Raspberry pi – with custom build of Warberry pi
  • Battery

Building –

  1. Glue the first few pages to create a nice cover.
  2. Glue the rest of the book to create a box.
  3. Cut the inside of the box out.
  4. Glue the inside of the box.
  5. Cover it nicely with some paper.
  6. Put inside the warberry and the battery.
  7. Give the book to someone that will never open it.

What should I do ?

Use your common sense.

Open gifts that you got

Check if you have old things that you got as a gift and never used.

* Our most loyal book is still reporting almost 3 years after deploy

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Disclaimer !

This post is for learning the dangers of social engineering attacks.

Do not use it as an actual instruction to build something.

In case you do want to build it, send your CV to joinus@aumint.io