Recently, Offensive Security has released Kali Linux for Raspberry PI 4. This new security-centric release was launched two weeks after the launch of the Raspberry PI 4, the most powerful mini-computer version to date. Offensive Security says the new build takes advantage of what PI 4 can offer.
Offensive Security wrote:
“And now you can add to that list full Kali Linux support complete with on-board wifi monitor mode & frame injection support!”
Currently, Kali Linux for Raspberry PI 4 can only be used in 32-bit variants, but the 64-bit version is expected to be available in the near future. To install Kali Linux on Rasberry PI 4, you can follow this tutorial. If you want to use the 32-bit version of Kali Linux on Raspberry PI 4, you can download it from the Kali ARM homepage.