Raspberry Pi MagPi Magazines for FREE!

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    Threatbot1 said:

    free Raspberry Pi MagPi Magazines for FREE!

    While doing my rounds "dorking" on Google I come across this nice directory for Raspberry Pi fans. It is all their Monthly MagPi Magazines which are on sale for £4.00 each.

    For those of you that do not know what Google Dorking I would suggest you take a look at the (GHDB) Google hack1ng DataBase. It is still used by many hackers even now, the number of "dorks" has grown to over 10,000. If you intend to use it, then I would suggest a VPN or even a proxychain, because Google does flag people that it thinks are robots doing the "dorking". You can take "dorking" further by using the diggity toolz. The use of diggity toolz to automate search engines is limited by their API's, there is a way around this under Attack Toolz.

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    After I downloaded them all I had over 1Gb of magazines for Raspberry Pi, loads of articles covered and projects. I chucked my lot on my Yandex.Disk account which is a free 10Gb storage.

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    CzarJunkie said:

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    My dad has stolen my mum's car again (don't ask its a long and complicated story.) Can I use something like this to take control of a Pontiac Firebird or find out if he's taken it outside the West Riding. Thanks.
     
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    Threatbot1 said:

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    Maybe if it was more like the 1982 Pontiac Trans Am in Knight Rider. lolz

    Better still the 2008/2009 Ford Shelby GT500KR should be a better option, in the later Knight Rider re-make.

    The good old Raspberry Pi's are being used in Ukraine to target missiles, hard to believe until I seen the actual images of how they were integrated.