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Pry my Pi

Test my security by attacking a pi-lite os with an encrypted image.

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In this project I've created and uploaded a compressed image for a Raspberry Pi Zero. It is the standard raspberry pi os with an encrypted partition. The key is unknown and the mission is to retrieve the content of the partition. The process of creating the pi image is described in detail in a LibreOffice document and can be used if you want to design your own competition. Since it is uncertain if this space allows contests with monetary rewards, retrieving this image will only grant you eternal glory and perhaps lead to a security patch in debian cryptsetup package. Anyway, either put this image on your pi connect a serial cable or just loopback mount the image on any computer and play a game of forensics. We do not at this point know for sure if there is a way in but I refuse to believe I cobbled up something completely unbreakable in about a week when so many billion dollar techs and government organizations have utterly failed so many times before.

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junkotron wrote 05/14/2022 at 17:01 point

One issue that has come up is the fact that if my password typing goes out of sync with cryptsetup open.. we might tap theOne issues that has come up is the fact that if my password typing goes out of sync with cryptsetup open.. we might tap the password on the command line and it ending up in our history. This adafruit text mitigates this by configuring the overlay filesystem. N.B. This is a one way street so make sure your device is configured and has everything at boot before proceeding or take a backup just before This moment. password on the command line and it ending up in our history. This adafruit text mitigates this by configuring the overlay filesystem. N.B. This is a one way street so make sure your device is configured and has everything at boot before proceeding or take a backup just before This moment.

https://learn.adafruit.com/read-only-raspberry-pi/

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