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NetHunter Updates

​The proxmark3 client supports RDV4 out of the box and NetHunter now also works with Android’s new partition layouts (A/B partitions no longer have one boot partition and one recovery partition. They are all the same, but twice! A few paths have also changed, such as now actually being under ), which allows it to be built for the latest generation of devices.

There are 4 additional images for you to try NetHunter on (some may look familiar, as they are back due to community demand):​

  • LG V20 International Edition
  • Nexus 5X
  • Nexus 10
  • OnePlus 7 (Our new flagship device!)

With this announcement, the OnePlus 7 is now the phone we recommend for Kali NetHunter. It is the latest and greatest flagship device for half the price of other devices. The specifications are as follows:

  • Snapdragon 855
  • 8GB RAM
  • 256GB storage
  • Still cheaper than Google pixel 3a (mid-range phone!) 😉

And here is a sneaky peak at the new boot animation, across all devices:

Making a Kali Bootable USB Drive (Windows)

Our favourite way, and the fastest method, for getting up and running with Kali Linux is to run it “live” from a USB drive. This method has several advantages:

  • It’s non-destructive — it makes no changes to the host system’s hard drive or installed OS, and to go back to normal operations, you simply remove the “Kali Live” USB drive and restart the system.
  • It’s portable — you can carry Kali Linux in your pocket and have it running in minutes on an available system
  • It’s customizable — you can roll your own custom Kali Linux ISO image and put it onto a USB drive using the same procedures
  • It’s potentially persistent — with a bit of extra effort, you can configure your Kali Linux “live” USB drive to have persistent storage, so the data you collect is saved across reboots

In order to do this, we first need to create a bootable USB drive which has been set up from an ISO image of Kali Linux.

What You’ll Need

  1. A verified copy of the appropriate ISO image of the latest Kali build image for the system you’ll be running it on: see the details on downloading official Kali Linux images.

  2. If you’re running under Windows, there is not one tool that is considered the overall best for imaging. We recommend Etcher, however Rufus is another popular option. If one does not work for you, consider the other.

  3. A USB thumb drive, 4GB or larger. (Systems with a direct SD card slot can use an SD card with similar capacity. The procedure is identical.)

Kali Linux Live USB Install Procedure

The specifics of this procedure will vary depending on whether you’re doing it on a Windows, Linux, or macOS/OS X system.

Creating a Bootable Kali USB Drive on Windows (Etcher)

  1. Plug your USB drive into an available USB port on your Windows PC, note which drive designator (e.g. “F:\“) it uses once it mounts, and launch Etcher.

  2. Choose the Kali Linux ISO file to be imaged with “select image” and verify that the USB drive to be overwritten is the correct one. Click the “Flash!” button once ready.

3. Once Etcher alerts you that the image has been flashed, you can safely remove the USB drive and proceed to boot into Kali with it.

Setup Notes

A couple of notes when installing Kali. If you choose to install Kali in a VM (rather than downloading our pre-made image), during the setup process, it should now detect if its running in VMware or VirtualBox and install the necessary packages to give you the best experience possible. However, if you have upgraded Kali rather than doing a fresh install, and never got around to installing these packages, the process has been automated by just running . This program will have more functionally at a later date.​

If you are using Kali Linux via Vagrant, the path has now changed. It can now be found here: kalilinux/rolling.

ARM Update

The RaspberryPi kernel has been bumped to version 4.19.66, which includes support for all of the RAM on 64-bit versions of the RaspberryPi 4. The RaspberryPi Zero W has seen improvements as well.

Bluetooth firmware that was accidentally dropped has been added back in, and the file has been fixed to properly stop spam from showing up on the first console.

All of the RaspberryPi images have had their partition increased, which is required due to the size of the new kernel packages.

The ODROID-C2 has been bumped to the 3.16.72 for its kernel.

All images now run on their first boot – this will cause a bit of a slow down for the first boot, but the result is that if you use VNC to any of them, they will no longer show a blank screen.

Ensuring your Installation is Updated

To double check your version, first make sure your Kali package repositories are correct:​

root@kali:~# cat <<EOF>/etc/apt/sources.list
deb http://http.kali.org/kali kali-rolling main non-free contrib
root@kali:~# apt update

Afterwards run , you may require a (if the kernel got upgraded):​

root@kali:~# apt -y full-upgrade
root@kali:~# [ -f /var/run/reboot-required ] && reboot -f

You should now be on Kali Linux 2019.3. We can do a quick check by doing:

root@kali:~# grep VERSION /etc/os-release
root@kali:~# uname -v
#1 SMP Debian 5.2.9-2kali1 (2019-08-22)
root@kali:~# uname -r

NOTE: The output of may be different depending on architecture.

​As always, should you come across any bugs in Kali, please submit a report on our bug tracker. We’ll never be able to fix what we don’t know about.

New Tool Additions

Since our last release in September, we’ve added four new tools to the distribution, most of which focus on the always-lucrative open source information gathering. These new tools are not included in the default installation but after an ‘apt update’, you can check out and install the ones that interest you. We, of course, think they’re all interesting and hope you do as well.


root@kali:~# apt update && apt -y install inspy
root@kali:~# inspy —empspy /usr/share/inspy/wordlists/title-list-large.txt google
InSpy 2.0.3
2017-11-14 14:04:47 53 Employees identified
2017-11-14 14:04:47 Birkan Cara Product Manager at Google
2017-11-14 14:04:47 Fuller Galipeau Google
2017-11-14 14:04:47 Catalina Alicia Esrat Account Executive at Google
2017-11-14 14:04:47 Coplan Pustell Recruiter at Google
2017-11-14 14:04:47 Kristin Suzanne Lead Recruiter at Google
2017-11-14 14:04:47 Baquero Jahan Executive Director at Google
2017-11-14 14:04:47 Jacquelline Bryan VP, Google and President of Google.org
2017-11-14 14:04:47 Icacan M. de Lange Executive Assistant at Google


The oft-requested CherryTree has now been added to Kali for all of your note-taking needs. CherryTree is very easy to use and will be familiar to you if you’ve used any of the “big-name” note organization applications.

root@kali:~# apt update && apt -y install cherrytree


Sublist3r is a great application that enables you to enumerate subdomains across multiple sources at once. It has integrated the venerable SubBrute, allowing you to also brute force subdomains using a wordlist.

root@kali:~# apt update && apt -y install sublist3r
root@kali:~# sublist3r -d google.com -p 80 -e Bing
                 ____        _     _ _     _   _____
                / ___| _   _| |__ | (_)___| |_|___ / _ __
                \___ \| | | | ‘_ \| | / __| __| |_ \| ‘__|
                 ___) | |_| | |_) | | \__ \ |_ ___) | |
                |____/ \__,_|_.__/|_|_|___/\__|____/|_|
                # Coded By Ahmed Aboul-Ela — @aboul3la
Enumerating subdomains now for google.com
Searching now in Bing..
Total Unique Subdomains Found: 46
Start port scan now for the following ports: 80
ads.google.com — Found open ports: 80
 adwords.google.com — Found open ports: 80
analytics.google.com — Found open ports: 80
accounts.google.com — Found open ports: 80
aboutme.google.com — Found open ports: 80
 adssettings.google.com — Found open ports: 80
console.cloud.google.com — Found open ports: 80


Another excellent OSINT tool that has been added to the repos is OSRFramework, a collection of scripts that can enumerate users, domains, and more across over 200 separate services.

root@kali:~# apt update && apt -y install osrframework
root@kali:~# searchfy.py -q «dookie2000ca»
  ___  ____  ____  _____                                            _
 / _ \/ ___||  _ \|  ___| __ __ _ _ __ ___   _____      _____  _ __| | __
| | | \___ \| |_) | |_ | ‘__/ _` | ‘_ ` _ \ / _ \ \ /\ / / _ \| ‘__| |/ /
| |_| |___) |  _ <|  _|| | | (_| | | | | | |  __/\ V  V / (_) | |  |   <
 \___/|____/|_| \_\_|  |_|  \__,_|_| |_| |_|\___| \_/\_/ \___/|_|  |_|\_
                Version:      OSRFramework 0.17.2
                Created by:   Felix Brezo and Yaiza Rubio, (i3visio)
searchfy.py Copyright (C) F. Brezo and Y. Rubio (i3visio) 2014-2017
This program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. This is free software, and you
are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions. For additional info,
visit https://www.gnu.org/licenses/agpl-3.0.txt
2017-11-14 14:54:52.535108  Starting search in different platform(s)… Relax!
    Press <Ctrl + C> to stop…
2017-11-14 14:55:04.310148  A summary of the results obtained are listed in the following table:
Sheet Name: Profiles recovered (2017-11-14_14h55m).
|           i3visio_uri           | i3visio_alias | i3visio_platform |
| http://github.com/dookie2000ca  | dookie2000ca  | Github           |
| http://twitter.com/dookie2000ca | dookie2000ca  | Twitter          |
2017-11-14 14:55:04.327954  You can find all the information collected in the following files:
2017-11-14 14:55:04.328012  Finishing execution…
Total time used:    0:00:11.792904
Average seconds/query:  11.792904 seconds
Did something go wrong? Is a platform reporting false positives? Do you need to
integrate a new one and you don’t know how to start? Then, you can always place
an issue in the Github project:
Note that otherwise, we won’t know about it!

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