Raspberry Pi for Secret Agents - Second Edition

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Learn
  • Install and configure the Raspbian OS for maximum mischief
  • Run your own private phone network
  • Detect an intruder with motion detection and set off an alarm
  • Distort your voice in weird and wonderful ways
  • Push unexpected images into browser windows
  • Track the Pi's whereabouts using GPS
  • Control the Pi with your smartphone
About

The book starts out with the initial setup of your Raspberry Pi, guides you through a number of pranks and secret agent techniques, and then shows you how to apply what you've learned out in the real world.

Learn how to configure your operating system for maximum mischief and start exploring audio, video, or Wi-Fi techniques. You will learn how to record, listen, or talk to people from a distance and how to set up your own phone network. Then, plug in your webcam and set up a motion detector with an alarm or find out what the other computers on your Wi-Fi network are up to. Once you've mastered the techniques, combine them with a battery pack and GPS for the ultimate off-road spy kit.

Raspberry Pi for Secret Agents, Second Edition has everything you need to turn your Raspberry Pi into an information-gathering powerhouse. Use the practical spy and pranking techniques to amuse yourself or your friends.

Features
  • Turn your Raspberry Pi into a multipurpose secret agent gadget for audio/video surveillance, Wi-Fi exploration, or playing pranks on your friends
  • Detect an intruder on camera and set off an alarm and also find out what the other computers on your network are up to
  • Full of fun, practical examples and easy-to-follow recipes, guaranteeing maximum mischief for all skill levels
Page Count 206
Course Length 6 hours 10 minutes
ISBN 9781784397906
Date Of Publication 27 Jan 2015

Authors

Stefan Sjogelid

Stefan Sjogelid grew up in the 1980s in Sweden, getting hooked on 8-bit consoles, Amigas, and BBSes. With a background in system and network administration, he packed his bags for Southeast Asia and continued to work in IT for many years, before love and a magic 8 ball told him to seek new opportunities in the North American continent.

The Raspberry Pi is the latest gadget to grab Stefan's attention, and after much tinkering and learning a great deal about the unique properties of the Pi, he launched the PiLFS website (http://www.intestinate.com/pilfs), which teaches readers how to build their own GNU/Linux distribution and applications that are particularly useful on Raspberry Pi.