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Thread: Does it make sense to work with an Apple M1 chip as a penetration tester ?

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    Does it make sense to work with an Apple M1 chip as a penetration tester ?

    It seems that i now and then encounter problem when working with the Kali VM where the Host system is MacOS with an M1 chip.
    For example i tried to run a 64-bit ELF binary in a Kali terminal and i get the error message
    Code:
    zsh: exec format error:
    I also tried to run it in a bash terminal, same issue.

    But my question in general is more in regards to if it makes sense as a penetration tester to work with an M1 chip or will i encounter more and more problems due to lack of M1 support ?

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    M1 chip needs an ARM kali, choose pinebook version

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    There is an ISO for Apple M1 Silicon ARM to download on the official Kali web page.
    Shouldn't be that one the right one ?

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