Make a Wi-Fi honeypot with Raspberry Pi 3 (and get blocked by HSTS)

After following the previous post explaining you how to turn your Raspberry Pi 3 into a Wi-Fi hotspot, we will now show you different pieces of code that can turn it into a nasty curious box.

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Triple-play is the only way

Recently I have been trying to find studies on how people consume data on Internet during a typical day, in order to find out what is the proportion of data volume actually done in conditions of mobility and the rest which done in fixed locations. Although I think it could be a very interesting subject for a thesis or a research paper, I could not find anything. So I tried to come up my own evaluation.

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