Kali Raspberry Pi/Installing
This is a guide to installing Kali Linux on an SD card for a Raspberry Pi. General info about running Kali on the Pi here: Kali Raspberry Pi
More info about all-things Kali Linux: Kali
- 1 Installing Kali 2017.1 on Raspberry Pi
- 2 Installing Kali 2.0.1 on Raspberry Pi
- 3 Kali Linux SD Card
Installing Kali 2017.1 on Raspberry Pi
As with prior versions of Kali Linux, there are several ARM images provided at the Offensive Security website: https://www.offensive-security.com/kali-linux-arm-images/
For old Raspberry Pis (2 usb ports, regular SD card slot), get the image labeled "RaspberryPi".
For newer Raspberry Pis (4 usb ports, mini SD card slot), get the image labeled "RaspberryPi 2/3".
Installing Kali 2.0.1 on Raspberry Pi
Download and verify the "Raspberry Pi" image (if you have a Raspberry Pi model B) or the "Raspberry Pi 2" image (if you have a Raspberry Pi model B+) from Offensive Security's web page: https://www.offensive-security.com/kali-linux-arm-images/
To install Kali Linux on the Pi, you'll download the image, decompress it, and flash an SD card with that image. You will need an 8 GB or larger SD card to run Kali 2.0.
Step 0: Download image from Kali
Kali provides custom images for Raspberry Pis, so download the compressed img file for your Pi: https://www.offensive-security.com/kali-linux-arm-images/
Download the image, which is an xz file.
Decompress the xz file with
tar xz kali-2.0.1-rpi.img.xz.
You will flash the SD card with the resulting
Step 1: Find SD Card
When you run this command, you should be able to spot the SD card from its size. If you can't figure out which one it is, run it before and after you plug in the SD card.
$ diskutil list
Step 2: Unmount Disk
$ diskutil unmountDisk /dev/disk1
Step 3: Format Disk
WARNING: You can screw up your disks with the
dd command. Be careful.
$ dd bs=1m if=kali-2.0.1-rpi.img of=/dev/disk1 3000+0 records in 3000+0 records out 3145728000 bytes transferred in 1535.984002 secs (2048021 bytes/sec)
This should take about 20 minutes.
Step 4: Modify Startup Command
Before you eject the SD card, you'll want to modify the startup command. Edit the file
/Volumes/NO NAME/cmdline.txt and add a static IP address
ip=169.254.111.111 to the end:
dwc_otg.lpm_enable=0 console=ttyAMA0,115200 kgdboc=ttyAMA0,115200 console=tty1 elevator=deadline root=/dev/mmcblk0p2 rootfstype=ext4 rootwait ip=169.254.111.111
For more details on how the SD card works, see below.
(Outdated) Instructions for Kali Version 1 on Pi
For instructions installing the older version of Kali, version 1.0, on the Pi, see Kali Raspberry Pi/Installing Version 1
Kali Linux SD Card
Raspberry Pia tiny tool for performing extraordinary acts beyond good and evil - with an ARM processor.
Basic Pi Information and Operations:
Organization/Layout of SD Card: Kali Raspberry Pi/SD Card ·
Disable IPV6 on the Raspberry Pi: Disable_IPv6_Pi
Kali Linux on Raspberry Pi:
Debian Raspberry Pi:
Raspberry Pi Circuits:
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Penetration testing Linux distribution.
1 Physical Attacks: Kali/Layer 1 Attacks
2 Data/MAC Attacks: Kali/Layer 2 Attacks
3 Network Attacks: Kali/Layer 3 Attacks
4 Transport Attacks: Kali/Layer 4 Attacks
5 Session Attacks: Kali/Layer 5 Attacks
6 Presentation Attacks: Kali/Layer 6 Attacks
7 Application Attacks: Kali/Layer 7 Attacks
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