Drive Badger: open source platform for covert data exfiltration operations, ranging from small computers to big servers.

Drive Badger project is open for sponsoring!

If you want to:

  • support my work in general
  • request some special features
  • request support for some particular computer model(s)
  • have your logo/name mentioned below

then you're in the right place. Welcome!

Want to send money?

If you want to send me some money, you can do it directly from this page - just notify me, if you want me to spend it across all my open source projects, or just on Drive Badger.

Want to send computer equipment?

As you probably already know, computer boot process differs in various details between vendors. One of the most expensive aspects of maintaining Drive Badger project is to get more and more computers to test and discover those little details and document them here, so Drive Badger is usable not only for IT professionals.

If you can't or don't want to send money, you can directly donate the computer equipment. Used and refurbished equipment is also welcome.

Priority list

One of my priorities is to find out and describe a way to bypass built-in security mechanisms in particular hardware. Because of them, I'm open for donating or even lending the following computers:

Other equipment

All laptop models except ones on this list are also welcome. Especially Acer, Asus, Lenovo, Panasonic, Samsung, Sony Vaio and Toshiba. Power supplies, RAM and hard drives are not required.


My postal address is:

Tomasz Klim
Klim Baron Business Solutions Sp. o.o.
ul. Święty Marcin 29/8
61-806 Poznań

From the founder...

Being in IT security business for almost 25 years, I realized, that breaking protections (or preventing it) is becoming less and less important. We are not living in Outlook Express times anymore...
The key point is the ability to keep the privileges permanent, once obtained. This becomes more and more difficult, as IT systems get more and more complicated - and this is exactly the goal of Drive Badger project: to give non-ITSEC people the ability to keep either the privileges, or the outcome of the successful break-in.