Pirate Box, Aaarrr!!!

Posted by radicalgeek on Sat 28 March 2015

Finally a project I finished. I made a Pirate Box. Pirate Box is a Wi-Fi device that people can connect to and share files anonymously because it isn't connected to the Internet.

Started with a Raspberry Pi B+, Eleduino case, 8 GB microSD card, 32 GB memory stick and a TP-Link TL-WN722N USB Wireless Adapter.


This is what it looks like completed.


When you connect with Wi-FI to "Pirate Box - Share Freely" it will show the following screen with a chat program and flie upload. (Looking to change the SSID in the future.)

Screenshot from 2015-03-28 08:18:21

This is the message board.

Screenshot from 2015-03-28 08:21:00

And the files that are uploaded to be shared.

Screenshot from 2015-03-28 08:23:40

This would be prefect to use to exchange encryption keys at BSidesRoc or have the presenters post their papers to share with the public.