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Kali -- WiFi Connection???

Discussion in 'How-To's' started by Quilian13, Feb 6, 2016.

  1. Quilian13

    Quilian13 New Member

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    So I just installed Kali Linux onto my Lenovo ThinkPad, only to find that I don't have WiFi. Please help! My wireless card is a Broadcom BCM4352, and I haven't been able to find anything for it. Really need WiFi and want to keep Kali if at all possible.
     
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  2. HackFuPanda

    HackFuPanda New Member

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    Maybe a bit off your question directly. I suggest you use Kali Linux on bootable usb and run it on your machine with the Alpha AWSO36H adapter. The driver for the card is built in Kali and you can increase txpower to 30 instead of 20. The 36H is the better of the Alpha adapters from my experience. If you want, you can shell out another 9 dollars and get the 9dbi antenna- doesn't give you range advantage over the stock 5di antenna; but it WILL give you signal strength. Rokland on ebay is a good seller of these adapters, can't go wrong with them.
     
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