Offensive Security has officially released a version of Kali Linux for Raspberry Pi 4. The latest build of the Kali Linux comes just 2 weeks after the release of Raspberry Pi 4.
Offensive Security also claims that the new build will take full advantage of everything that Raspberry Pi has to offer. Kali Linux for Raspberry Pi 4 will support on-board wifi monitor mode and frame injection support.
Kali Linux has also tweeted about its support for Raspberry Pi 4.
In case anyone missed it, Kali on the Raspberry Pi 4 dropped today: https://t.co/vMtyDv37xu
— Kali Linux (@kalilinux) July 5, 2019
Kali Linux claims that the Raspberry Pi 4 will also benefit from the new Kali Linux distro because they have designed it to leverage the new Raspberry Pi 4 features.
Kali Linux for Raspberry Pi 4 is only available in a 32-bit variant right now. A 64-bit version is expected to be released shortly.
The new Raspberry Pi is available in 1GB, 2GB or 4GB LPDDR4-2400 SDRAM. Apart from that, the Raspberry Pi 4 will house a more powerful CPU along with a quad-core Cortex-A72 (ARM v8) 64-bit SOC clocking at 1.5GHz.
On the connectivity front, it has two USB 3.0 ports along with two USB 2.0 ports and an USB-C power supply for charging.
The new forum of Kali Linux ARM architecture is already alive. You can download the new distro here.
Installing the new version of Kali Linux ARM architecture is similar to installing the Kali Linux on the previous version of Raspberry Pi. For more information on the same, you can find the complete instructions here on how to install Kali Linux on Raspberry Pi.