Hello! I am posting this thread because I am curious if anyone has experienced or is currently experiencing the same issue as I am. I downloaded the Kali Linux live USB image from Kali.org on my Intel MacBook Pro. I can browse the internet perfectly fine on my main operating system (macOS), so I take it my internal Wi-Fi chip is working fine, but when I boot into Kali from my USB (I didn’t experience any issues when booting the OS), I tried to connect to my Wi-Fi network but it just kept prompting me to enter the password over and over and never actually connected me to the network. I’ve seen some people with similar issues, but they don’t often see the network option at all. For me, when I run iwconfig I see en0 as an interface option with “no wireless extensions”. My friend told me to get a Wi-Fi to USB adapter, (I don’t have an Ethernet cable, if that were an alternative) but I soon realized that such an adapter would most likely require its own drivers to be installed, which requires internet access. TL;DR: If there are any Wi-Fi adapters Kali supports by default where drivers don’t need to be installed, or if there is another solution, please let me know. Thank you.