Princeton IoT Inspector: Installation on the Raspberry Pi

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Summary

This tutorial shows how to install the IoT Inspector on the Raspberry Pi 3+

Requirements

Raspberry Pi 3, Model B+, WLAN, BT

OS: Raspbian Buster Lite (Version: July 2019)

Intallation

Following installation guide can be found on the official web-page

Step 1

Download the installation script using the browser, or run:

wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/noise-lab/iot-inspector-client/master/linux-setup.sh

Step 2

sudo pip2 install --ignore-installed scapy-ssl_tls

Run the installation script on the command line:

bash linux-setup.sh

You will be prompted to enter the root password.

Step 3

Start IoT Inspector, run:

~/princeton-iot-inspector/linux-start-inspector.sh

on the command line. You will be prompted to enter the root password.

Step 4

IoT Inspector will present on the command line a private URL for you to view the inspection report. You can open the URL on any computer that you trust. For example, you can run IoT Inspector on a Raspberry Pi and open the URL on a different computer (or even mobile device).

Details can be found here: Princeton IoT Inspector

Used Hardware

Raspberry Pi 3, Model B+, WLAN, BT

References

https://iot-inspector.princeton.edu/