The unofficial raspberry pi kali linux install. We are going to be using a unoffical image from re4son which was created specifically for the raspberry pi! This version also includes the nexmon patch for wifi monitoring mode!!
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Kali Linux Sticky Fingers ► https://whitedome.com.au/re4son/download/sticky-fingers-kali-pi/
Etcher ► https://etcher.io/
Kali Linux on Raspberry Pi 3B+
Step 1: Install re4son-stickyfinger kali
First you will need to download stickyfinger-tft version.
Now we will need a piece of software called etcher to write the image onto our SD card and USB Storage device.
Step 2: Check for updates
It is always a good idea to check for updates even if it is a freshly installed OS.
$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get upgrade
Step 3: CHANGE your password!!
The default username and password for any KALI linux install is “root” password “toor” and this is something you must change
we should also change the pregenerated ssh keys as well
# dpkg-reconfigure openssh-server
Step 4: Auto Login with SSH enabled
This is no required but if you want to be able to remote access your Raspberry Pi via ssh you can perform these steps below.
these following command well removed the old settings for ssh in the boot up process and setup ssh to boot on runtime level 3, 4, and 5.
# update-rc.d -f ssh remove 5
# update-rc.d -f ssh defaults
# service ssh restart
# update-rc.d -f ssh enable 3 4
and now we need to enable auto login to kali which is required for ssh to start. This step will require your Rpi to reboot.
# /usr/local/src/re4son-kernel_4.9.60-20180404/re4son-pi-tft-setup -a root
Step 5: Enabling Monitoring mode
Now for the fun!! this image has nexmon patch enabled which allows for the onboard wifi controller to use monitor mode, a mode usually required if you want to use airmon-ng tools
This command below will add a monitor mode interface
# iw phy phy0 interface add mon0 type monitor
and to enable the monitor mode type
# ifconfig mon0 up
now your can use your monitor mode!! give it a try with