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Best USB Wifi adapter for Kali Linux 2.0


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Surfing the forum i found This topic.

And user repzeroworld posted about the "COMFAST (AR9271) USB DONGLE".

After a few google search i found these:

Atheros AR9271 Chip 150Mbps Mini USB Wireless Wifi Adapter with 5dBi Antenna

Comfast CF-WU770N 150Mbps USB wireless adapter with 10dBi WiFi Adapter with Radar Antenna

300 Mbps Realtek RTL8192EU WPS criptografia USB Wifi Adapter COMFAST CF-WU855P

But i dont know nothing about this.

Any tips???

Need something cheap ~13$

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Theres no way to edit a post? lol...

Anyway, i found more info about this card on this site:

https://www.secpoint.com/wifi-usb-adapters-performance-test.html

COMFAST (AR9271) USB Adapter

Good at packet injection.

Based on AR9271 - 2.4 GHz

Higher is better

Injection Score: 9/10

Scanning Range Score: 9/10

Bands Supported: 2.4 GHz only

Heat Score:

Installation: Via USB 2.0 cable.

USB Atheros XS 721 = 40 Networks

Fast at connecting channels when doing WPS attack.

Same amount networks detected as awus036nha

COMFAST (AR9271) USB DONGLE

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tp-link wn722n is okay it's possibly the best you can do unless you get an Alfa Network AWUS036H possibly the best card out there.

I just did a video this morning on a 2.4GHz 2 Watt 802.11n Wi-Fi USB Wireless LAN Adapter

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KaJ21GPdouY

Compared it with a Alfa Networks AWUS036H

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What about the Comfast CF-WU7201ND? It comes with 2 antennas and the chipsets: RT3070L + 6649E

Its protocol 'b/g/n' compatible and the AWUS036H use the same RT3070(L?) chipset. So its good to go right?

Alfa Network AWUS36H uses the RTL8187 chip set in the past the RT3070 chip set had issues with reaver

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tp-link wn722n is okay it's possibly the best you can do unless you get an Alfa Network AWUS036H possibly the best card out there.

I just did a video this morning on a 2.4GHz 2 Watt 802.11n Wi-Fi USB Wireless LAN Adapter

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KaJ21GPdouY

Compared it with a Alfa Networks AWUS036H

does rtl8188eu cihpset support kali linux or backtrack 5 r3

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It's the other way around - does the kernel support the card.

The current 4.3 kernel has a driver for this chipset in staging, so if you're comfortable building your own kernel (and you should be) this is trivial.

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