Getting Started

Welcome to your CyberDeck! To get started with your new product, follow these simple steps:

  • Unbox your CyberDeck and make sure all the components indicated on the parts list are in the box. You might have to charge the device or in some cases assemble them. If you purchased a CyberDeck MK-I, II, or laptop click on the appropriate tab below and follow the guide. If you bought one of our Portable Cyber Hacking Drive click on the tab below.
Usage

Our CyberDecks are designed to enhance you cyber skills and and to be used for entertainment. Here are some key features and tips to help you make the most of your device:

  • Customize your desktop: Personalize your CyberDeck by selecting your preferred wallpaper from the included selection or find your own, arranging icons, and adding widgets.
  • Check the provided documentation on Kali desktop, books, shortcut & command sheets, forums, VM, AI assistant.
  • Check out the desktops apps and VirtualBox app setup with Pi OS and iiab (internet in a box) for Offline content and much more. 
  • Explore the app store: Discover a wide range of applications and utilities in the CyberDeck apt library, browse the forums or Kali site. 
  • Connect peripherals: CyberDeck supports various peripherals such as keyboards, mice, GPS, long range WiFi, RTL-SDR, and external displays. Connect them to enhance your workflow or hacking experience.
  • Stay updated: Regularly check for software & apt packages updates to ensure you have the latest features, bug fixes, and security enhancements.
  • There is a backup account for linux if yo forget the password, use user root or liveuser, and password kali or blackarch depending on the OS.
KALI
  • User: Kali
  • PW: Kali

BlackArch

  • User: BlackArch
  • PW: BlackArch

Windows
No password

Mac OS

  • User: Mac
  • PW: apple

Welcome to our PiBerry 1.0 guide. This unit is an enthusiast's dream, a minimalistic open-source Cyber Handheld. The PCB is compatible with various parts and can be put together with minimal to no soldering. Designed to host a Raspberry Pi Zero (vertically on the back), with an Adafruit 3.5" display with touch, and a Blackberry keyboard with a trackpad that works like a cursor (links below for parts). Most phone battery packs should provide enough power for the system (5-V, 1A).

We will be working on further built releases and offer an OS package similar to our CyberDecks builds for a more comprehensive set of cyber tools.

Parts List

Pi Zero 2W

Amazn Pi Zero 2W
Pishop Pi Zero 2W

Display

Adafruit PiTFT Plus 3.5" + Touchscreen

Blackberry Keyboard

BB Q20 Keyboard with a trackpad
BB9900 USB Keyboard with trackpad
Tindie.com/bbq20
Lectronz.com/bbq20

Battery

PiSugar Battery
Waveshare Battery
Slim Battery Pack

 

The get started with your CyberDeck, start by connecting the USB-C cable coming from inside the unit to the USB-C port on the keyboard.  To power the computer on connect a USB-C power cable to the PD port on the keyboard. You can use a power bank or a USB-C charger with (45w+).

  • The MK-I or MK-II will boot automatically upon connecting power, the keyboard and screen will light up, may take a few seconds to boot to the GRUB menu. From the GRUB menu you can pick the OS you want to use, generally Kali, BlackArch, Windows. 
  • If you bought a Mac CyberDeck MK-I or MK-II, hold the ALT key upon connecting power, the Mac will boot and display two drives  Mac or Macintosh HD and EFI drive for Linux OS.
  • Kali OS will have additional tools, documentation, IIAB, forums, and Hackers AI assistant, for best results indicate the OS you are using or the tool you want to use. Example "How to crack a wifi password on Kali"

Welcome to your portable hackers drive, you might have purchased the USB, M.2 or SSD, regardless the functionality is the same.

First you may try to boot the drive, on most computers is the F12 key. However, if the boot fails or has errors then is most likely due to your BIOS settings being on Secure Boot mode. To disable secure boot, you may use F2, F8, F12, Delete key upon booting. For more more detailed instruction you may google your computer model on how to disable secure boot.

If you are using a Mac simply hold Option key upon boot. 

  • To access to the documentation, books and IIAB you will have to boot to Kali with persistence option. Persistence allows you to have storage and to be able to save changes to the portable drive.
  • To boot to persistence you may select Kali or BlackArch on the GRUB menu, then select the second option "boot with persistence". On Kali it will have another Kali menu with more options, select persistence with no drive encryption. If you use BlackArch select the first option to boot.
  • Kali OS will have additional tools, documentation, IIAB, forums, and Hackers AI assistant, for best results indicate the OS you are using or the tool you want to use. Example "How to crack a wifi password on Kali"

The get started with your CyberDeck laptop, start by powering up the device. keep the charger handy, you may need it. 

Once the system boots it will greet you with the GRUB menu, from there you may select one of the OS installed, generally Kali, BlackArch, Windows. 

Kali OS will have additional tools, documentation, IIAB, forums, and Hackers AI assistant, for best results indicate the OS you are using or the tool you want to use. Example "How to crack a wifi password on Kali"

Q&A

Here are some common questions and answers about CyberDeck:

Q: Does the CyberDeck MK-II play audio?
A: Yes, it has built in speakers, it they are not working you might have to change the settings or update the audio drivers, for best audio use bluetooth or USB speaker.
Q: Does the CyberDeck MK-II have battery?
A: Not at the moment, but we are working on integrating a battery in the coming months.
Q: Can I upgrade the storage capacity of my CyberDeck laptop?
A: Yes, you can expand the storage capacity of your CyberDeck laptop by installing internally a compatible M.2 drive or an external storage device. MK-II with the Windows logic boards can be upgraded as well with M.2 SSD.
Q: Can I upgrade the storage capacity of my CyberDeck MK-I or MK-II?
A: You can only upgrade storage on Windows logic board versions.
Q: How do I transfer files to and from my CyberDeck?
A: You can transfer files using various methods such as USB, Wi-Fi, or cloud storage services. Simply connect your CyberDeck to the desired device or network, and follow the prompts to transfer files.
Q: Is CyberDeck compatible with other operating systems?
A: CyberDeck is powered by its own custom EFI and operating system configuration, which is optimized for its unique features and functionalities. However, it does support other x86 operating systems, you may have to partition the drive and update the grub entry menu on Kali OS.

If you have any other questions or need further assistance, please refer to the documentation or contact our customer support team. We’re here to help!