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    2018 best wifi adapter on kali-Raspberry PI 3 b+

    Hi

    which is the top wifi adapter (monitor, injection ecc ecc) to use with Kali on Raspberry?

    I saw that some have still compatibility problems (RTL8814U drivers) and other are getting old....

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    I have same request.
    So if anyone knows devices which supports monitor mode and works out-of-the-box with recent Linux kernels (and, preferably, supports 802.11ac), let us know

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    There are too many options and everyone will give you different opinions.... Do some research and searching on your own there is tons of information out there on this exact topic. Since your asking this question not to be rude but I think you should say away from a dual band card for learning and maybe down the road get another.

    For a wifi adapter that will give you the absolute most bang for your buck, capture the most packets, plug & play without any extra drivers required for almost every device and gets good range buy an Alfa AWUS036NHA. Go read this: https://null-byte.wonderhowto.com/ho...-2018-0178550/

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    The best adapters on RPi are not different from the ones on desktops/laptops. AWUS036AC or AWUS036ACH.

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    everyone has a favorate i like atheros. i forget were i found this. its actually for a smart tv but has an ar9271 chip. im sure you can find with google

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    Quote Originally Posted by nikmel420 View Post
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    im sure you can find with google
    https://wikidevi.com/wiki/AzureWave_AW-NU138

    With Raspberry Pi the small but powerful Panda Wireless PAU05 is one of my favorites, RT5372 chipset.

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    size does matter.

    Quote Originally Posted by mstrmnn View Post
    https://wikidevi.com/wiki/AzureWave_AW-NU138

    With Raspberry Pi the small but powerful Panda Wireless PAU05 is one of my favorites, RT5372 chipset.


    if going for size this ones6 bucks and could only be smaller if was inside. paint it back almost invisible https://shop.hak5.org/products/ralink-usb-wifi-rt5370
    whos got big *****? ive got big *****! ive got the biggest ***** of them all. AC/DC was on sorry

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    Adapter and improved antennas:
    Alfa AWUS036ACH, Alfa APA-M25. The best one, but an expensive one too though.

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