From charlesreid1


There are a couple of SSH-related things you should do post-install for your Kali 2.0 Raspberry Pi. These steps are covered in the "Fix SSH" section of the Kali Raspberry Pi post-installation procedure: Kali Raspberry Pi/Post-Install#Fix SSH Keys

Fix SSH To Run On Boot: Procedure

First, your SSH server should be installed. If not,

apt-get install openssh-server

Second, revert to SSH defaults, which will run SSH on boot:

update-rc.d -f ssh remove
update-rc.d -f ssh defaults

On a fresh Kali install, replace the SSH keys that come with the image, as these are easy to spoof:

cd /etc/ssh/
rm ssh_host_*

Finally, make new SSH keys:

dpkg-reconfigure openssh-server

Startup Services In General

If you want to run any startup service, not just SSH, read on: Kali Raspberry Pi/Startup Services