Kali Linux persistence live install on a USB | bootable pen drive using Rufus
In this tutorial, we will show you how to install Kali Linux persistence on a USB drive using Rufus. With Kali Linux installed on a USB drive with persistence, you can use it on any computer, making it a portable operating system.
To get started, you will need a Kali Linux ISO file, which can be downloaded from the official website, as well as Rufus to create a bootable USB drive. I personally used an 8GB pen drive, which worked perfectly fine.
To create the bootable USB drive, simply use Rufus and select the Kali Linux ISO file. Then, boot your computer using the pen drive by selecting the USB drive as the boot option. Depending on your PC model, you may need to press F10 or F12 to access the boot options.
Once you’ve booted into the live system with USB persistence option, you can start using Kali Linux from your pen drive. We hope this tutorial makes it easy for you to install Kali Linux persistence on a USB drive. Thank you very much.