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General Data Protection Regulation

Privacy

Well, even if I still don't have the blog adapted for lack of time as usual to use the secure protection layer or SSL, many of us have had to inform our users of what we do with the data we store. In my case, I don't store any information about my users other than Google Analytics to see how many people enter on this blog and from where. For now I've disabled it because I don't know if I should do anything else on the blog in order to have it (anyway, it's always blocked by the adblockerks we all use and I never know for sure if it's true).

If in the past I have held a contest where I stored e-mails, they were deleted within one month of the end of that contest, so you don't have to worry about anything. The comments are managed through the Disqus platform and from there you can exercise your right to delete the account.

If you want more information, I leave you with my page about data protection here.

And since I've informed you about it, I'll let you know that this week I've reach over a million hits and I'm thinking about something cool. Suggestions are welcome.

News this week in the Pi World

ODROID-XU4Q-Gaming-Console

We're here one more time to show you what I think are the best articles that have come out of the internet this week not only from Raspberry, but also from ODROID and Arduino. A few chubby and soft buds ready to be shown to friends and family and of course, to strangers on all social networks.... The weekly summary of Pi World begins!

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News this week in the Pi World

dontbeevil

We didn't mind losing our privacy before, but we've realized, hopefully in time, what big corporations can do with our data. Privacy is a very precious treasure and in Europe they want to protect us and the plans are to curiously copy the laws that we have had in Spain for years and I think it works. Point for Spain, even if we don't win today in Eurovision, we'll be there as I do every week in this, your favourite section about the Pi World. Let's go!

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News this week in the Pi World

commodorePi

Here I am today, Saturday, reviewing the best of the week, as from now on it will be difficult for me to publish publish or search for updated content for the blog. I won't keep you waiting any longer. A ration of fried news coming up at the Pi!

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News this week in the Pi World

etcher

This week I leave some links about Etcher or run MS-DOS on the RPi among others while I go to watch Avengers 4.

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Penetration Testing with Raspberry Pi - Second Edition (free eBook)

pentesting_rpi

Happy bookday!

This book will show you how to utilize the Raspberry Pi to create a portable, low-cost hacking tool using Kali Linux 2.

YouÂ’ll begin by installing and tuning Kali Linux 2 on Raspberry Pi 3 and then get started with penetration testing. You will be exposed to various network security scenarios such as wireless security, scanning network packets in order to detect any issues in the network, and capturing sensitive data. You will also learn how to plan and perform various attacks such as man-in-the-middle, password cracking, bypassing SSL encryption, compromising systems using various toolkits, and many more...

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