How to Run Kali as a Windows Subsystem for Linux
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Microsoft's Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is a great way to utilize Kali on your Windows computer without the need for a virtual machine. However, it is slightly limited right to what you can do, since security restrictions prevent the use of raw sockets, so tools like Nmap won't work and you won't be able to set your Wi-Fi adapter into promiscuous mode (or monitor mode).
To help get raw sockets into Microsoft's priority list, make sure to let them know how many people want this on this GitHub issue:
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