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Linux Wi-Fi Snooping

Page history last edited by Chris 10 years, 10 months ago

The following describes how to install and run kismet, a popular tool used to sniff out and display Wi-Fi 802.11 based networks.

 

Installation

The Install scripts assume your device has an internet connection using a Wireless G or Ethernet adapter or equivalent

 

$ wget http://www.kismetwireless.net/code/kismet-2010-07-R1.tar.gz

$ tar -xvf kismet-2010-07-R1.tar.gz

$ opkg install ncurses-dev libpcre-dev libpcap-dev libnl-dev

$ cd kismet-2010-07-R1

$ ./configure

$ make dep

$ make

$ make install

 

Snooping Wi-Fi

With a serial terminal open type:

 

$ export DISPLAY=:0.0

$ xterm -e kismet -c wlan0

 

Here is kismet running:

 

 

 

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