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What a fun question.

Usually the "FBI van" trope is more of a mobile command and control center, not a "hacker mobile". All the computers and wires are moreso for having access and visibility to camera feeds and other internal communications.

Though, to answer the spirit of your question, no not really. You can argue that you can deck out a van for what's called "war-driving", where you basically run around town trying to find WLAN (aka wifi) connections with vulnerabilities to exploit, but that was more feasible in 2008 than it is in 2022. Even then, a laptop with a decked out antenna is all you need, not a whole-ass car. That's the most practical use-case. I guess if you were some REALLY dedicated hacker targeting some VIP, you could load a van up with equipment to intercept various radio frequencies (wifi, FRS, CB, etc) to try to intercept some communications, but that's still pretty overkill and unnecessary.


Unless I'm completely misinterpreting your question and you mean if it's feasible to basically build an office inside a van, for an IT security consultant to drive around the US to various clients to perform various consulting and pentesting needs. In that case, yes, I actually know of one that does just that from a pull-behind trailer they live and work in. Again though, their "workspace" is just a few monitors mounted on a wall, a docking station, and a mini-fridge full of redbull. Not antennas and gizmos.

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