Hak5 1520 – Pineapple Drone, Rooftop Packet Sniffing And Offline Archival Backup
Drone + WiFi Pineapple = Rooftop Packet Sniffing. Plus, Offline Archival Backups with Printed 2D Barcodes? All that and more this time on Hak5.
Download and unzip the packaged file. Go to File –> Save to Bitmap. This will save a file you want to print into a bitmap. If you want to open a Bitmap file in PaperBack, click open bitmap. The Quality map will show you if any of the file is corrupted and will not print correctly. Mine is one shade of green, so I’m good. You will also get a full description of the file, including the name, original size, date modified and more. Before printing, you’ll want to choose some specific options:
The dot density determines the size of the data bit on the paper. It should be two times lower than the physical resolution of the printer you are using. Keep dot size around 70%. This is how far each dot is from each other on the paper.