Summary: Works great! As far as Kali, had issues with it when running Kali in a VM in VirtualBox with a Win8.1 host. I hear it works fine if you use VMware instead of VirtualBox, but I haven't tried that out. However, when I tried it on a dedicated Kali install, no VM, it worked great out of the box!
This B is awesome! I was picking up 8 SSIDs in my ...
4 weeks ago
Summary: This B is awesome! I was picking up 8 SSIDs in my area. Using this device, I pick up 20-something. Awesome! I added a 9 DBi antennae and grabbed even more, but that's another story. It was plug-n-play with Kali.
Especially for how small it is the range on it is pretty tight. It was practically plug and play
Kyle Weismantel, Amazon
24 March 2015
Summary: This thing is saaaaaweet. Especially for how small it is the range on it is pretty tight. It was practically plug and play, I had no trouble whatsoever using it with the latest version of Ubuntu. Packet injection, packs a punch, the only thing it cant do is make me a sandwhich.
Summary: Powerful and pretty sensitive. I picked up a lot of signals when doing a scan on my employer's premises. Works with Linux (Kali VM on Mac OS X host) seamlessly out of the box. Packs down somewhat compactly (antenna and usb cable can be detached).
Windows 7 installation issues: fails, BSODs, won't load.
Kindly Ol' Doc Webhead, Amazon
11 March 2015
Summary: Works fine for Linux, won't work at all under Windows 7. I've tried the CD, the website, and a generic Atheros 9271 driver. Most won't even install, the generic installs but Device Manager won't enable it. Too bad -- under RHEL7 it shows 12 SSIDs where most cards see only 4 or 5. I needed it for Windows, though, so I'll be retuning it.