Cyber security comprises technologies, processes and controls that are designed to protect systems, networks and data from cyber attacks. Effective cyber security reduces the risk of cyber attacks, and protects organisations and individuals from the unauthorised exploitation of systems, networks and technologies. Today we will discuss about Raspberry Pi Cyber Security Projects.
Improve your overall cyber security and safeguard your organisation from a cyber attack with Raspberry Pi Cyber Security Projects..
Here are Some Raspberry Pi Cyber Security Projects
1. FerretPi: Using Raspberry Pi as a Secure FTP Server
I know what you’re thinking: “How cool would it be if I had my own Google Drive/SkyDrive/Dropbox that I can use whenever I like?” Or maybe you are just getting into the Maker movement and you think it’s the greatest thing since canned bread. You’ve probably seen quite a few Raspberry Pi projects already, or maybe you’ve even done a couple and want to try something a little more advanced.
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2. Raspberry Pi Firewall and Intrusion Detection System
Maybe you think “Why should I protect my pivate network? I’ve got no critical information on my computer, no sensitive data”. Are your emails really public? Don’t you have some photos you don’t want to upload to Facebook, because they’re private. Do you really don’t care if you computer is hijacked and used to attack other PCs or act as a spam server?
I don’t think you’re so careless but maybe you thInk, that setting up a secure network environment is expensive and really difficult.Don’t be afraid in this article we will see how to create a network gateway with a firewall,
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3. A LoRaWAN “The Things Network” Gateway for Windows IoT Core
This tutorial describes how to build, install and run a single-channel packet-forwarding LoRaWAN gatewayrunning on a Raspberry Pi with a Dragino LoRa extension board, forwarding received radio packets to The Things Networkbackend. The gateway is implemented in C# (having no external dependencies) and runs on the Windows IoT Core platform.
4. Raspberry Pi (security) Slow Scan Television Camera
The goal of this project is to use the Raspberry Pi with the PiCam as a wireless camera which can transmit images over long distances, usually tenths of kilometers. Images will be transmitted by amateur radio (ham-radio) using slow scan television (SSTV) on the 2 meter band (144.5 MHz). Since the Pi can generate the HF FM signal itself.
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5. Make a secret IR-camera security raspberry pi unit
Well this instructable has many different aspects: Hardware, software, python, lua, messenger. And I’m pretty sure at some point I forgot to mention some important step. So take this instructable not as a receipe but as a collections of hints what can be done and how. Then go out an figure it out by yourself.For 90% of the software development, I didn’t use a real raspberry pi, but a virtual machine raspi. I tried to set up a virtual raspi some time ago….
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6. Home Security Email Alert System using Raspberry Pi
In this tutorial we will look at how to setup up your raspberry pi to take picture of the intruder who enters your home and send an email to you whenever you are not at your home.Raspberry Pi running Raspbian
USB Wi-Fi Module for internet access ( optional, if you connect your Ethernet cable for internet, USB Wi-Fi Module is not needed )
Power Adapter to power the Rsapberry Pi
7. Retransmitting Alarm System State Changes with Raspberry Pi and Arduino
I spotted a post by Lior Hass on Hackaday a little while back where he described his Alarmino project where his alarm system now connects with an Arduino and a custom board to simulate the phone line and interpret Contact-ID protocol. He could then get the system to SMS him in the case of an alarm. In his case, he did this in lieu of using a central monitoring service and it only reported events that would have been sent to the central monitoring service.
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