We love the Raspberry Pi, and judging by the response we got to a late night tweet we sent out last weekend a lot of you love the Pi too!
Because of that, when the Pi 4 dropped we wanted to get Kali supported on it right away.
What’s new on the Raspberry Pi 4?
The Raspberry Pi 4 is actually a pretty amazing little machine. The Pi has always been known for its low cost and easy accessibility, but with the 4 we can actually throw real performance onto that list as well.
With the Raspberry Pi 4 we have a completely upgraded, re-engineered device that includes:
- A more powerful CPU
- Options for 1, 2, or 4 GB of RAM
- USB-C power supply
- USB 2 & USB 3
- Gigabit ethernet
- 2 micro HDMI ports
And now you can add to that list full Kali Linux support complete with on-board wifi monitor mode & frame injection support!
To say we are excited about this is an understatement, and we hope many of you are just as excited!
Try it out!
You can download Kali Linux for the Raspberry Pi 4 on the Kali ARM download page. Currently we only have 32Bit support for it, but expect 64Bit in the near future. The installation instructions are not any different than the Pi2, so feel free to follow our docs on getting it setup if you don’t know how.
Once you have it running feel free to let us know how its working for you on our forums. Stay tuned for more Pi updates as we work with the 4 and find new and interesting things to do with it!