PIN lock

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  • #11171

    Re4son
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    Sticky Fingers Kali-Pi has modules that can be run unattended in hostile environments, so I added a PIN menu the the screensaver.
    In “Kali-Pi/menu”, set “KPPIN=0” to “1” and the screensaver wakes up to the PIN menu.

    Default PIN is “1337” to unlock Sticky Fingers
    The hardcoded PIN “111” opens a disguise screen for plausible deniability
    The hardcoded PIN “110” shuts down the unit.

    The PIN is saved in hashed form in the file Kali-Pi/Menus/.kalipi and can be changed by running the script “Kali-Pi/Menus/set-pi”. It takes no arguments and will ask for a new PIN.

    I would change the title of the screen to a nice, innocent disguise that will lead no-one googling for it to this site 😉

  • #11172

    Re4son
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    Reserved

  • #11173

    Re4son
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    Reserved

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