[Kernel+] Kali NetHunter for the OnePlus 3 & 3T

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OKAY SO

I present to you: Kali NetHunter 3.15.4 for the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T

If you don't know what Kali NetHunter is, well, it's the entire Kali Linux operating system in a chroot on your phone, plus a bunch of awesome apps for executing exploits, fixing things, doing cool things. It goes on, I suppose.
I'm gonna be honest guys, I'm not a security person. When it comes to security, I'm more of a Paul Blart.
What I do know though, is that there is apt-get, and apt-get is life.

Find much more information here: https://github.com/offensive-security/kali-nethunter/wiki
The answer to all your questions, generally the answer is YES, IT CAN DO THAT.

Most ROMs should be supported, as our installer uses a dynamic patching method on your current boot image!

The NetHunter installer zip will add a few files to your /system partition, and install all of the NetHunter apps to your /data partition.
The chroot is located in /data/local/nhsystem, so you don't have to worry about your system partition being full. It's full read/write capable.
Understand that the zip will replace your current kernel with a completely different one.
This is necessary because most stock or custom kernels don't provide the drivers needed to operate most of Kali NetHunter's features.

NetHunter also includes its own Busybox that gives you full large file support and some extra applets.
It will not overwrite your current one, and will happily install alongside it as busybox_nh.

DOWNLOAD

Current version: 3.15.4 (stable, 2017-02-02)

Please be careful to download the right version based on this table:
OnePlus 3: kernel-nethunter-oneplus3-nougat
OnePlus 3T: kernel-nethunter-oneplus3-nougat
All others be sad.

For the apps, chroot, and everything other than just the kernel, you will also need to download:
nethunter-generic-arm64-*

See installation instructions before proceeding!

Downloads are available at the official NetHunter build server: http://build.nethunter.com/nightly/

BEFORE INSTALLING

IMPORTANT: The Kali NetHunter installer requires write access to your data partition!
You should back everything up first before installing Kali NetHunter.

The Kali chroot and apps are installed on your data partition (in /data/local/nhsystem for chroot). To initialize the chroot and install Kali Linux, you need to start the Kali NetHunter app.

The generic NetHunter installer will automatically install SuperSU. We try to keep it up to date, but it isn't always.
If you already have SuperSU or another root method installed, please simply delete the supersu.zip from the root of the zip file before installing it.
** If modifying the installer zip, you will have to disable ZIP signature verification as modifications will break it.

It's recommended that you restore or flash your ROM's original kernel before installing NetHunter.

FULL INSTALLATION STEPS
  1. Install Team Win Recovery Project to your recovery partition.
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  2. Recommended: If you have a custom kernel or SuperSU installed, restore your stock kernel. (called Boot in TWRP)
    This isn't entirely necessary, but you may need to flash the NetHunter kernel again if SuperSU replaces it.
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  3. For new installations: Download the nethunter-generic-arm64-kalifs zip.
    For upgrades: Download the update-nethunter-generic-arm64 zip.
    Without exiting TWRP, transfer the NetHunter generic arm64 installer zip to your device over MTP* and flash it using [Install] in TWRP.
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  4. Download the kernel-nethunter zip specific to your device.
    Without exiting TWRP, transfer the NetHunter kernel installer zip to your device over MTP* and flash it using [Install] in TWRP.
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  5. Go to [Reboot] -> [System].
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  6. Wait 2-5 minutes for your device to finish setting itself up.
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  7. Open the NetHunter app to initialize the environment
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  8. You're done!
* MTP, known as Media Transfer Protocol, is the same way you transfer files from your PC to your device when booted into system.

UPDATING TO A NEWER BUILD OR UPDATING YOUR ROM

Follow the installation steps above. NetHunter can be installed over itself as many times as you'd like.
If you don't want to lose your chroot, flash the smaller update-nethunter-generic-arm64 zip instead.

DEVICE RECOMMENDATIONS

The OnePlus 3/3T internal wireless does not support monitor mode. This means you'll need to use an OTG adapter and a wireless card that does.
I highly recommend these two items:
Alfa Networks AWUS036NEH: https://smile.amazon.com/802-11g-Wireless-Long-Rang-Network-Adapter/dp/B0035GWTKK/
iXCC USB Type-C to Type-A OTG adapter: https://smile.amazon.com/iXCC-Adapter-Charge-Supported-Devices/dp/B017TJN22C/
* I am not affiliated with these sellers

The AWUS036NEH is the most tested and stable adapter available, and also comes in a very convenient portable form factor allowing antenna swaps for greater scanning ranges.
The iXCC USB adapter is compliant with USB Type-C specifications and provides up to USB 3.1 Gen 2 compatibility. It's also well built.
I don't recommend using smaller OTG adapters - they can break your ports if you accidentally put too much pressure on them or your phone falls with them plugged in.

THE KERNEL

The NetHunter kernel for the OnePlus 3 & 3T is based on OnePlus's OxygenOS 4.0.2 GitHub kernel sources.
It has the following changes:
  • Rebased on top of CodeAurora msm-3.18 for msm8996 7.0 tag: LA.UM.5.5.r1-02500-8x96.0 (2017-01-22)
  • Updated to the latest Linux mainline stable - 3.18.47
  • SELinux Permissive (required for DriveDroid until I fix policy injection rules, it will pretend to be Enforcing)
  • Tuxera exFAT drivers replaced with Samsung's latest open-source exFAT drivers
  • Enabled USB (OTG) Atheros, Ralink, and Realtek WiFi drivers
  • FIOPS IO scheduler as default IO scheduler, SIO available
  • DriveDroid compatibility
  • USB HID Gadget keyboard & mouse support
  • mac80211 packet injection support
  • savoca's KCAL color calibration driver built in
  • Additional drivers built in for the full Kali NetHunter experience
  • Data partition encryption optional
  • Kernel module support, insert your own modules! (modprobe available in Kali chroot)
  • CIFS, NFS, USB serial available through included kernel modules
  • VerifiedBoot=green status hack to pass SafetyNet (may not work with SuperSU, remove SuperSU from the installer if this is important!)

RAN INTO AN ISSUE OR BUG?

In order for me to help you, you have to at minimum reply with:
  • The link to the exact zip you downloaded
  • Your device model
  • The name of the ROM you're flashing it on
  • The version and build date of the ROM you're flashing it on
  • A complete description of your problem
If your issue is with a specific app, it might be better to contact the developer of that app.

For Kali NetHunter bugs/issues, you can open a ticket at: https://github.com/offensive-security/kali-nethunter/issues

If your issue is during the installation (ex. flashing the NetHunter zip), then please collect a TWRP recovery.log for me.

If you found a problem and were able to fix it, and no one's mentioned it in the thread already, it would be kind to state the issue and your fix for others to make use of as well.

You can join me and the other NetHunter developers on IRC at the #nethunter room on freenode to more handily diagnose problems together.
I apologize, but I can't do house calls at this time.

KNOWN ISSUES

  • USB Keyboard - The keyboard is unusable when using Google Keyboard as your input method. Switch to Hacker's Keyboard.
DEVELOPMENT & CONTRIBUTIONS

You can see the main branch of NetHunter's development on the Offensive Security GitHub: https://github.com/offensive-security/kali-nethunter
Kali NetHunter Official device updates: https://github.com/offensive-security/nethunter-devices/commits
OnePlus 3T NetHunter kernel source: https://github.com/jcadduono/android_kernel_oneplus_msm8996/commits/nethunter-7.0

If you wish to donate to the NetHunter project, you can donate directly to me through the Donate button under my name.
This will generally go towards supporting my next flagship device purchase, which will receive NetHunter and TWRP support from myself.
You can also use "Basenji Rescue and Transport" as your Amazon Smile charity and that will make me really happy!
(in my avatar, if you see a dog, that's a Basenji!)

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DISCLAIMER

I am not affiliated with Offensive Security. They seem like cool guys though.
I'm not even a novice when it comes to security and penetration. I'm just a simple system administrator with a passion for breaking Android.
Please restrain yourselves from asking me security related questions.

XDA:DevDB Information
Kali NetHunter for the OnePlus 3 & 3T, Kernel for the OnePlus 3T

Contributors
jcadduono, The Kali NetHunter team
Source Code: https://github.com/offensive-security/kali-nethunter

Kernel Special Features:

Version Information
Status: Stable
Current Stable Version: 3.15.4
Stable Release Date: 2017-02-02

Created 2016-11-27
Last Updated 2017-02-03
 

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That's pretty cool, but I guess for me if I need it, I usually grab a laptop for it. IMO, this is not for most people. Seriously, if you have more tools to do a bunch of pen-test stuff on your phone, the very same phone that you use for other daily routine stuff, it also means those daily routine daily apps could have access to your pen-test tools also. It's like having a bunch of lock picking tools available in your garage when a thief trying break in to your house.
 

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That's pretty cool, but I guess for me if I need it, I usually grab a laptop for it. IMO, this is not for most people. Seriously, if you have more tools to do a bunch of pen-test stuff on your phone, the very same phone that you use for other daily routine stuff, it also means those daily routine daily apps could have access to your pen-test tools also. It's like having a bunch of lock picking tools available in your garage when a thief trying break in to your house.

On the plus side, the lock picking tools in the garage are locked in a safe (SuperSU permission requests), so those thieves can't access them unless they hold a gun to you and say "open the damn safe! ... in 3...2...1...accept supersu request!" :p
 

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So I'm trying to understand this. Many Qualcomm SoC do not support Monitor mode. Now I know Qualcomm used to use the name Qualcomm Atheros (which had open sourced drivers), so are SoCs not under the same umbrella? If that's true then are the sources for the Qualcomm SoC wifi driver not available? If they are then why can't we take and add monitor mode to the source and build it (like you used to have to do for many drivers to do aircrack)?
 

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This might be a stupid question but am I able to get OTAs when I have NetHunter installed? And if yes do I have to reinstall it every time I get an OTA?

I am just curious because I never ever flashed a custom kernel till now. And thats what I am basically doing here right? Flashing a custom kernel + the NetHunter packge.

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This might be a stupid question but am I able to get OTAs when I have NetHunter installed? And if yes do I have to reinstall it every time I get an OTA?

I am just curious because I never ever flashed a custom kernel till now. And thats what I am basically doing here right? Flashing a custom kernel + the NetHunter packge.

Regards

Boind

Most devices you probably can't take OTA's. But I'm pretty sure for this device, that if it's detected that you're rooted or system modified or stuff, it downloads the entire ROM zip instead of just the OTA so you can upgrade manually. Kali is not just a custom kernel , you'll probably have to reinstall it when you update, AFAIK.
 

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Most devices you probably can't take OTA's. But I'm pretty sure for this device, that if it's detected that you're rooted or system modified or stuff, it downloads the entire ROM zip instead of just the OTA so you can upgrade manually. Kali is not just a custom kernel , you'll probably have to reinstall it when you update, AFAIK.
So I am probally good to go, as far as reflash NetHunter every time I get an OTA?
BTW will NetHunter still work when Nougat gets rolled out in december?
 

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Most devices you probably can't take OTA's. But I'm pretty sure for this device, that if it's detected that you're rooted or system modified or stuff, it downloads the entire ROM zip instead of just the OTA so you can upgrade manually. Kali is not just a custom kernel , you'll probably have to reinstall it when you update, AFAIK.

You are correct about the OTA'S. It will try the patch first but if it fails it will download the full ROM OTA.

Sent from my OnePlus3T using XDA Labs
 

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Hello there. It is possible to change the battery capacity read from the hardware?
I'm sorry if that sounds vague. OP3 owner here. From this video
you can see that one plus 3 batteries are sorta interchangeable. However the capacity is not read correctly. I presume that the OP3T has the correct code for it. I don't want to mess up your thread but if you can contribute it would help existing OP3 owners. (please look up Battery Mod /lens mod thread on One plus 3 forums and reply there.)
thanks :)
 

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So I am probally good to go, as far as reflash NetHunter every time I get an OTA?
BTW will NetHunter still work when Nougat gets rolled out in december?

yeah you'll get the full OTAs instead of update OTAs tho like above people said. you already have the rootfs on data partition, so you only need to flash kernel-nethunter-oneplus3t and update-nethunter zips. you might also need to flash supersu again, or you can use another root like phh superuser.

when oneplus releases nougat kernel sources i will support nougat. it will not work with the marshmallow kernel.

update: 3.5.3 sources are out! updating!

https://build.nethunter.com/nightly/3.15.3-20161201-1343/

this kernel is updated for 3.5.3 touchscreen changes (a lot of changes) and also updated to CAF tag LA.HB.1.3.2-33100-8x96.0 (more touchscreen and wifi fixes)
 
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Hello, I installed the latest zips as of 12/01/2016

You mentioned in the OP;
"I highly recommend these two items:
Alfa Networks AWUS036NEH: https://smile.amazon.com/802-11g-Wir...dp/B0035GWTKK/
iXCC USB Type-C to Type-A OTG adapter: https://smile.amazon.com/iXCC-Adapte...dp/B017TJN22C/
* I am not affiliated with these sellers"

I already had the iXCC USB-OTG cable but I have the TL-WN722N wifi card. Do I need a different USB-OTG cable (the Y version)?? The TL-WN722N wifi card will not power on so I wasn't sure if it is a power issue or if I need to configure this somehow?

Any help is appreciated! Thanks!!
 

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Hello, I installed the latest zips as of 12/01/2016

You mentioned in the OP;
"I highly recommend these two items:
Alfa Networks AWUS036NEH: https://smile.amazon.com/802-11g-Wir...dp/B0035GWTKK/
iXCC USB Type-C to Type-A OTG adapter: https://smile.amazon.com/iXCC-Adapte...dp/B017TJN22C/
* I am not affiliated with these sellers"

I already had the iXCC USB-OTG cable but I have the TL-WN722N wifi card. Do I need a different USB-OTG cable (the Y version)?? The TL-WN722N wifi card will not power on so I wasn't sure if it is a power issue or if I need to configure this somehow?

Any help is appreciated! Thanks!!

cards don't turn on until you turn them on
ip link set wlan1 up
will turn it on (in whatever mode its currently in)

but most people want monitor mode, theres a monitor mode power on command in the nethunter app
 

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    OKAY SO

    I present to you: Kali NetHunter 3.15.4 for the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T

    If you don't know what Kali NetHunter is, well, it's the entire Kali Linux operating system in a chroot on your phone, plus a bunch of awesome apps for executing exploits, fixing things, doing cool things. It goes on, I suppose.
    I'm gonna be honest guys, I'm not a security person. When it comes to security, I'm more of a Paul Blart.
    What I do know though, is that there is apt-get, and apt-get is life.

    Find much more information here: https://github.com/offensive-security/kali-nethunter/wiki
    The answer to all your questions, generally the answer is YES, IT CAN DO THAT.

    Most ROMs should be supported, as our installer uses a dynamic patching method on your current boot image!

    The NetHunter installer zip will add a few files to your /system partition, and install all of the NetHunter apps to your /data partition.
    The chroot is located in /data/local/nhsystem, so you don't have to worry about your system partition being full. It's full read/write capable.
    Understand that the zip will replace your current kernel with a completely different one.
    This is necessary because most stock or custom kernels don't provide the drivers needed to operate most of Kali NetHunter's features.

    NetHunter also includes its own Busybox that gives you full large file support and some extra applets.
    It will not overwrite your current one, and will happily install alongside it as busybox_nh.

    DOWNLOAD

    Current version: 3.15.4 (stable, 2017-02-02)

    Please be careful to download the right version based on this table:
    OnePlus 3: kernel-nethunter-oneplus3-nougat
    OnePlus 3T: kernel-nethunter-oneplus3-nougat
    All others be sad.

    For the apps, chroot, and everything other than just the kernel, you will also need to download:
    nethunter-generic-arm64-*

    See installation instructions before proceeding!

    Downloads are available at the official NetHunter build server: http://build.nethunter.com/nightly/

    BEFORE INSTALLING

    IMPORTANT: The Kali NetHunter installer requires write access to your data partition!
    You should back everything up first before installing Kali NetHunter.

    The Kali chroot and apps are installed on your data partition (in /data/local/nhsystem for chroot). To initialize the chroot and install Kali Linux, you need to start the Kali NetHunter app.

    The generic NetHunter installer will automatically install SuperSU. We try to keep it up to date, but it isn't always.
    If you already have SuperSU or another root method installed, please simply delete the supersu.zip from the root of the zip file before installing it.
    ** If modifying the installer zip, you will have to disable ZIP signature verification as modifications will break it.

    It's recommended that you restore or flash your ROM's original kernel before installing NetHunter.

    FULL INSTALLATION STEPS
    1. Install Team Win Recovery Project to your recovery partition.
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    2. Recommended: If you have a custom kernel or SuperSU installed, restore your stock kernel. (called Boot in TWRP)
      This isn't entirely necessary, but you may need to flash the NetHunter kernel again if SuperSU replaces it.
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    3. For new installations: Download the nethunter-generic-arm64-kalifs zip.
      For upgrades: Download the update-nethunter-generic-arm64 zip.
      Without exiting TWRP, transfer the NetHunter generic arm64 installer zip to your device over MTP* and flash it using [Install] in TWRP.
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    4. Download the kernel-nethunter zip specific to your device.
      Without exiting TWRP, transfer the NetHunter kernel installer zip to your device over MTP* and flash it using [Install] in TWRP.
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    5. Go to [Reboot] -> [System].
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    6. Wait 2-5 minutes for your device to finish setting itself up.
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    7. Open the NetHunter app to initialize the environment
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    8. You're done!
    * MTP, known as Media Transfer Protocol, is the same way you transfer files from your PC to your device when booted into system.

    UPDATING TO A NEWER BUILD OR UPDATING YOUR ROM

    Follow the installation steps above. NetHunter can be installed over itself as many times as you'd like.
    If you don't want to lose your chroot, flash the smaller update-nethunter-generic-arm64 zip instead.

    DEVICE RECOMMENDATIONS

    The OnePlus 3/3T internal wireless does not support monitor mode. This means you'll need to use an OTG adapter and a wireless card that does.
    I highly recommend these two items:
    Alfa Networks AWUS036NEH: https://smile.amazon.com/802-11g-Wireless-Long-Rang-Network-Adapter/dp/B0035GWTKK/
    iXCC USB Type-C to Type-A OTG adapter: https://smile.amazon.com/iXCC-Adapter-Charge-Supported-Devices/dp/B017TJN22C/
    * I am not affiliated with these sellers

    The AWUS036NEH is the most tested and stable adapter available, and also comes in a very convenient portable form factor allowing antenna swaps for greater scanning ranges.
    The iXCC USB adapter is compliant with USB Type-C specifications and provides up to USB 3.1 Gen 2 compatibility. It's also well built.
    I don't recommend using smaller OTG adapters - they can break your ports if you accidentally put too much pressure on them or your phone falls with them plugged in.

    THE KERNEL

    The NetHunter kernel for the OnePlus 3 & 3T is based on OnePlus's OxygenOS 4.0.2 GitHub kernel sources.
    It has the following changes:
    • Rebased on top of CodeAurora msm-3.18 for msm8996 7.0 tag: LA.UM.5.5.r1-02500-8x96.0 (2017-01-22)
    • Updated to the latest Linux mainline stable - 3.18.47
    • SELinux Permissive (required for DriveDroid until I fix policy injection rules, it will pretend to be Enforcing)
    • Tuxera exFAT drivers replaced with Samsung's latest open-source exFAT drivers
    • Enabled USB (OTG) Atheros, Ralink, and Realtek WiFi drivers
    • FIOPS IO scheduler as default IO scheduler, SIO available
    • DriveDroid compatibility
    • USB HID Gadget keyboard & mouse support
    • mac80211 packet injection support
    • savoca's KCAL color calibration driver built in
    • Additional drivers built in for the full Kali NetHunter experience
    • Data partition encryption optional
    • Kernel module support, insert your own modules! (modprobe available in Kali chroot)
    • CIFS, NFS, USB serial available through included kernel modules
    • VerifiedBoot=green status hack to pass SafetyNet (may not work with SuperSU, remove SuperSU from the installer if this is important!)

    RAN INTO AN ISSUE OR BUG?

    In order for me to help you, you have to at minimum reply with:
    • The link to the exact zip you downloaded
    • Your device model
    • The name of the ROM you're flashing it on
    • The version and build date of the ROM you're flashing it on
    • A complete description of your problem
    If your issue is with a specific app, it might be better to contact the developer of that app.

    For Kali NetHunter bugs/issues, you can open a ticket at: https://github.com/offensive-security/kali-nethunter/issues

    If your issue is during the installation (ex. flashing the NetHunter zip), then please collect a TWRP recovery.log for me.

    If you found a problem and were able to fix it, and no one's mentioned it in the thread already, it would be kind to state the issue and your fix for others to make use of as well.

    You can join me and the other NetHunter developers on IRC at the #nethunter room on freenode to more handily diagnose problems together.
    I apologize, but I can't do house calls at this time.

    KNOWN ISSUES

    • USB Keyboard - The keyboard is unusable when using Google Keyboard as your input method. Switch to Hacker's Keyboard.
    DEVELOPMENT & CONTRIBUTIONS

    You can see the main branch of NetHunter's development on the Offensive Security GitHub: https://github.com/offensive-security/kali-nethunter
    Kali NetHunter Official device updates: https://github.com/offensive-security/nethunter-devices/commits
    OnePlus 3T NetHunter kernel source: https://github.com/jcadduono/android_kernel_oneplus_msm8996/commits/nethunter-7.0

    If you wish to donate to the NetHunter project, you can donate directly to me through the Donate button under my name.
    This will generally go towards supporting my next flagship device purchase, which will receive NetHunter and TWRP support from myself.
    You can also use "Basenji Rescue and Transport" as your Amazon Smile charity and that will make me really happy!
    (in my avatar, if you see a dog, that's a Basenji!)

    SCREENSHOTS
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    9bbb4c055b.jpg

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    57e87e32cb.jpg

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    3968525d48.jpg

    DISCLAIMER

    I am not affiliated with Offensive Security. They seem like cool guys though.
    I'm not even a novice when it comes to security and penetration. I'm just a simple system administrator with a passion for breaking Android.
    Please restrain yourselves from asking me security related questions.

    XDA:DevDB Information
    Kali NetHunter for the OnePlus 3 & 3T, Kernel for the OnePlus 3T

    Contributors
    jcadduono, The Kali NetHunter team
    Source Code: https://github.com/offensive-security/kali-nethunter

    Kernel Special Features:

    Version Information
    Status: Stable
    Current Stable Version: 3.15.4
    Stable Release Date: 2017-02-02

    Created 2016-11-27
    Last Updated 2017-02-03
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    That's pretty cool, but I guess for me if I need it, I usually grab a laptop for it. IMO, this is not for most people. Seriously, if you have more tools to do a bunch of pen-test stuff on your phone, the very same phone that you use for other daily routine stuff, it also means those daily routine daily apps could have access to your pen-test tools also. It's like having a bunch of lock picking tools available in your garage when a thief trying break in to your house.

    On the plus side, the lock picking tools in the garage are locked in a safe (SuperSU permission requests), so those thieves can't access them unless they hold a gun to you and say "open the damn safe! ... in 3...2...1...accept supersu request!" :p
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    Kernel

    Hi , I build kernel for OP3T based on dorimanx kernel. Included all nethunter modules except bluetooth usb. Give it a try guys
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    OOS4 Nougat test build #1 : https://build.nethunter.com/test-builds/oneplus/kernel-nethunter-oneplus3-nougat-test1.zip

    Please report back!

    After testing stability on stock, flash: https://build.nethunter.com/nightly...-kalifs-full-rolling-3.15.4-20170116-1311.zip
    This will install the rest of NetHunter to continue testing WiFi pen, HID attacks, etc.

    This is for both OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T.

    Notice: This build is forced in SElinux Permissive as NetHunter is not fully compatible with Nougat's policies. It will say it is in Enforcing mode only to pass SafetyNet CTS!
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    It doesn't seem to be detecting my alfa awus036NHA (atheros ar9271) Can someone confirm? OP3T

    If you go into a Kali terminal and type ifconfig, you don't have a wlan1 device? Have you tried downloading USB host viewer from play store and seeing if the device shows up there?