Kali Linux on USB Armory

The USB armory from Inverse Path is an open source hardware design, implementing a flash drive sized computer. Kali Linux fits on a micro SD card for it. Kali on USB armory – User Instructions If all you want to do is install Kali on your USB armory, follow these instructions: Get a nice fast […]

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Kali Linux on Acer Tegra Chromebook 13″

The Acer Tegra Chromebook is an ultraportable laptop. It was quite a challenge, but we have a Kali image that runs great on the Chromebook. Boasting a Tegra K1 2.1GHz quad core processor and 4 GB of RAM, the Chromebook is a fast ARM laptop. Kali linux fits on an external SD card on this […]

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Kali Linux on ODROID-XU3

The ODROID-XU3 is an octacore development board. Boasting 4 A15 cores and 4 A7 cores and 4 GB of RAM, the ODROID-XU3 is a fast ARM device. Kali linux fits on an external micro SD card or on an eMMC module. Kali on ODROID-XU3 – User Instructions If all you want to do is install […]

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Kali Linux – CuBox-i4Pro

The SolidRun CuBox-i4Pro is the “world’s smallest computer”. The specifications are Quad core i.MX6 1GHZ processor, 2GB RAM, Gbit ethernet, eSata port, and MicroSD slot. Kali on Cubox-i4 Pro – User Instructions If all you want to do is install Kali on your CuBox-i4Pro, follow these instructions: Get a nice fast 8 GB micro SD […]

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Kali Linux – Samsung Chromebook 2

The Samsung ARM Chromebook 2 is an ultraportable laptop. It was quite a challenge, but we have a Kali image that runs great on the Chromebook. Boasting an Exynos 5800 1.7GHz quad core processor and 4 GB of RAM, the Chromebook 2 is a fast ARM laptop. Kali Linux fits on an external micro SD […]

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Kali Linux – Raspberry Pi

The Raspberry Pi is a low end, low cost ARM computer. Despite its less-than-stellar specifications, its affordability makes it an excellent option for a tiny Linux system.

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Kali Linux – BeagleBone Black

The Beaglebone Black is a low end, low cost ARM computer. Despite its less-than-stellar specifications, its affordability makes it an excellent option for a tiny Linux system.

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Kali Linux – HP Chromebook

The HP ARM Chromebook is an ultraportable laptop. It was quite a challenge, but we have a Kali image that runs great on the Chromebook. Boasting an Exynos 5250 1.7GHz dual core processor and 2 GB of RAM, the Chromebook is a fast ARM laptop. Kali linux fits on an USB stick on this machine […]

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Kali Linux – CuBox

The CuBox is a low end, low cost ARM computer. Despite its less-than-stellar specifications, its affordability makes it an excellent option for a tiny Linux system and it can do far more than act as a media PC.

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Kali Linux – ODROID U2

The ODROID U2 / X2 is a tricky piece of hardware as console output is not a given. Ideally, when purchasing an ODROID, you should also get a USB UART cable, used for serial debugging of the boot process. Saying this, these machines are (at this time) some of the most impressive in terms of size, horsepower and memory availability.

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