Works beautifully, no install needed, just plug and play with Kali. I'm currently using this with the latest Kali distribution, packet injection is flawless, and monitor mode is super solid.
The included 5 dbi antenna gets me about a two block radius, if unobstructed. I ordered both a 9 dbi omni, and 9 dbi directional antenna for testing, and holy cow does it extend the range. I picked up wireless from a quarter mile away using the directional. The 9 dbi omni about doubles the range of the 5.
You can't go wrong with this adapter.
ALFA AWUS036NEH 远距离无线 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi USB适配器
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100% Amazing Results (HIGHLY RECOMMEND)2019年1月1日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
So I have been needing to get me one of these Alfa Extenders for a while now, and just kept putting it off because there are so many different brands, and types of these things, and I needed one that specifically would support 'Packet Injection' & have the ability of being put on 'Monitor Mode'. While also giving a good boost to my Wi-Fi signal. By the way, I have both a 'Late 2011, MacBook Pro - Model #A1278' & also a 'Mid 2012, MacBook Pro - Model #A1278'. Both of them I have upgraded to 16GB RAM, along with (2) Samsung 860 EVO 4TB Solid State Drives, because I removed the Optical Disc Drives from them, and bought the adapter fittings that allow you to install a 2nd SSD in place of Optical Drive. I just received this Alfa today though on December 31st, 2018, and immediately plugged in an External Disc Drive, installed the Drivers, plugged in the Alfa, and it works flawlessly on both MacBooks. Does everything I needed it to, and I am very happy with the purchase. So anyone of you out there like myself that like to do extensive research on stuff before purchasing so you know your getting the exact product you want, this is definitely a good choice if you're needing the same things I did. Well anyways, I hope this helps at least someone in the future. Thanks!
IT IS USB 3.0 NOT 2.02019年7月5日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
For the first day, this adapter gave me a headache. Initially, I assumed I needed to install drivers on Kali Linux on my VM and that in itself was a rabbit hole that took me nowhere. After a lot of research, I became frustrated and emailed Alfa and received AMAZING SUPPORT in less than an hour! The support member at Alfa directed me to forums and gave me a few pointers, the most important being that despite what is advertised this adapter is USB 3.0 and NOT USB 2.0. I had set it up as USB 2.0, and so I changed it to 3.0 and loaded up Kali Linux again. I used airmon-ng check kill and essentially started from scratch. The adapter worked flawlessly and I absolutely love it. I hope this revelation can help some people.
Everything a pen tester could hope for on a budget!2019年3月2日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
This adapter is marketed as a long range reception device, and it certainly does a pretty good job of pulling in signals. But for penetration testers and their arch- enemies the "hackers", this unassuming and inexpensive little plastic box is a like a prize bloodhound was to Sherlock Holmes. It does monitor mode and packet injection transparently on every Linux distro I've tried it on. In fact, the only distro I had to search the net to get a working driver was Arch. Ubuntu, Kali, anything with a Debian lineage, it does the old plug n play like it was born in the kernel. And it's splendid for workaday stuff like streaming and downloading. My only criticisms are the cheap plastic housing and the fact that the large USB plug sort of wiggles a bit rather than a snug fit. But for just under $30, It's well worth it considering that the majority of WiFi adapters manufactured do not ship with monitor mode or packet injection capabilities. Oh, and remember: if you're running any version of Windows, almost no adapters on the market can do packet injection because Microsoft doesn't build that capability into the kernel. Monitor mode is possible with a lot of tedious workarounds...sometimes. Download Linux.