Kismet On Windows Guide V0.2

Postby theprez98 » Sun Sep 25, 2005 7:30 am

renderman wrote:Hmm, might be an issue with the V4's. I have'nt got one so I can't test. No budget to go out and get one. Any way you could get me telnet/ssh access to it? Anyone want to send me one?

I'll see if I can get it set up. I'm fairly convinced it is some sort of configuration file error on my part.
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Postby theprez98 » Mon Sep 26, 2005 4:08 pm

Recommendation for setting up the kismet_drone on the WRT54G v3:

In the setup guide, for the v3.0 router, make the following change:
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source=wrt54g,eth1:prism0,wrt54g

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source=wrt54g,prism0,wrt54g
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Postby renderman » Mon Sep 26, 2005 4:10 pm

theprez98 wrote:Recommendation for setting up the kismet_drone on the WRT54G v3:

In the setup guide, for the v3.0 router, make the following change:
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source=wrt54g,eth1:prism0,wrt54g

to
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source=wrt54g,prism0,wrt54g



I'll have to play with that. I have a V3 with RC3 on it and eth1:prism0 is working. might be a change in RC3 that allows the prism0 to work.

I still think your vlans and everything are messed up
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Postby theprez98 » Mon Sep 26, 2005 4:22 pm

renderman wrote:I'll have to play with that. I have a V3 with RC3 on it and eth1:prism0 is working. might be a change in RC3 that allows the prism0 to work.

I still think your vlans and everything are messed up

You could be right. I have no idea, other than it worked for me.
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Postby renderman » Mon Sep 26, 2005 4:23 pm

theprez98 wrote:You could be right. I have no idea, other than it worked for me.


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It works!

Postby theprez98 » Tue Sep 27, 2005 5:59 pm

I've followed Renderman's guides for setting up the Kismet Drone on the WRT54G (I have V3) and Kismet on Windows. Having to head back to work earlier tonight for a short meeting, I set up everything in the Jeep for my first test run.

First, a basic overview of the route. It's about a 1.5 mile drive that takes 4-5 minutes. NS generally gives me about 150 APs (ORiNOCO Gold Classic) while Kismet generally finds about 270 (ORiNOCO Gold Classic) to 280+ (Proxim 8470-WD) APs, all with the 5.5 dbi omni from FAB.

With the WRT54G sitting on the dash in front of the passenger seat (and the windows down, which probably had some effect), I captured 268 APs running Kismet on Windows while connected to the drone on the WRT54G. I had not previously seen any comparison of data so I thought these results were interesting enough to post them.

The results to me are almost anti-climactic as I knew everything was working and it worked exactly as I expected. The test for me was 100% successful.

I've already compiled gpsd with the patch to work under cygwin, but I wasn't sure how to get gpsd running so I haven't tried that out yet. That will be my next step and will complete the wardriving setup for now.

I also plan on trying a few different tests, such as running this setup concurrently with NS to better compare results.

Many thanks to Renderman for his awesome work in putting together the how-to's, and to Dutch for lending support whenever I have asked.
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Postby goldfndr » Sun Oct 09, 2005 8:10 am

Attached is a preliminary edition of ns04kismet, something I've created to allow people running Kismet in a Cygwin environment (theoretically, "KisWin32" would work) to listen to speech without requiring festival or flite. It instead uses ns04thread.vbs from [thread=12512]the Master script for NetStumbler 0.4[/thread], which in turn uses the Windows bundled Text To Speech ability and WAVs if possible.

Currently it's merely pronouncing stuff via speech, no WAV files yet. I'm unable to decide on a delimiter for recognizing WAV files - \r\n (and \\r\\n) were parsed right out of kismet_ui.conf and ^T didn't seem to work either. Spaces aren't good since many SSIDs use them (e.g. Apple Network). Ideas welcomed - I'm terribly sleep-deprived right now so maybe I'm missing something obvious (e.g. searching a Kismet community). It needs a delimiter so it can decide e.g. whether "Wireless" is the whole SSID (wireless.wav) or merely part of it (e.g. "kcls.org Wireless", which could potentially use "kcls.org wireless.wav").

Normally I'd've just offered the source code, but given the recent ruckus, the zip file also includes a compiled binary and the tool it uses (regtool.exe). Some install info is in the header (basically, speech=true, flite=true, festival points). Wow, I forgot to mention that one needs to run "cscript.exe ns04thread.vbs" so that the thread has a chance to poll for registry entries. No automatic exits.
Anyone is invited to mirror, but I hope to have something better available by Wednesday.
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Postby goldfndr » Mon Oct 17, 2005 7:41 pm

Attached is a much better version of "ns04kismet" (source and binary). This has WAV processing if you use a two-space delimiter. For example, my /usr/local/etc/kismet_ui.conf has:
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speech=true
festival=/home/raf/ns04kismet.exe
flite=true
speech_encrypted=%s  is closed
speech_unencrypted=%s  is open
(yes, the default strings are longer, but they took too much time for me with a dense area so I shortened them to match my NetStumbler strings).

You'll notice that it uses magic numbers of 3 off the end and 2 off the beginning. They are for the " )\n" and "( " in the passed input.

The only things that come to mind that could use improvement are
  • checking for two speech strings within a single clock second; currently it just overwrites what was there with the new speech
  • using registry calls natively rather than spawning regtool.exe frequently


If anyone is using festival/flite on a Linux/BSD/etc. box and wants WAV pronunciations, I could probably code up a script to do it. I'm thinking that, ideally, Kismet would just append to a specific file, and the script would read in the list of WAVs then "tail -f" the file, speaking/"play"ing as it went. Anyone interested?
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Postby renderman » Tue Oct 18, 2005 7:09 am

Damn man, your a machine.

Tried this on Kiswin and no luck, however I have about as much faith in my sound card working under Cygwin as I do of a moose not showing up at Shmoocon.

My laptop is a Tecra 8100, the one model of laptop who's linux supported sound card just does'nt work.

Tried your script, but not a peep. I'll see about trying it elsewhere, but others should try it as well.
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Postby streaker69 » Sat Nov 12, 2005 10:23 am



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Well isn't that nice of him. Whenever someone else does the work for free, he'll be happy to upgrade it for free..
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Postby renderman » Sat Nov 12, 2005 11:05 am

What a prick.

Though it is GPL and anyone can use it, this guy is obviously a complete git and needs corrective action. suggestions?
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Postby beakmyn » Sat Nov 12, 2005 11:32 am

He's making nearly $100.00 profit on each sale. There's other licensing schemes out there. As I understand it GPL is convienent if someone makes changes to the code that the changes are available. Maybe look into licensing that only allows non-commercial use of the original source or derivitives of the original source?


BTW, I coud find no trademark registration of the term WarServer
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Postby streaker69 » Sat Nov 12, 2005 11:45 am

beakmyn wrote:He's making nearly $100.00 profit on each sale. There's other licensing schemes out there. As I understand it GPL is convienent if someone makes changes to the code that the changes are available. Maybe look into licensing that only allows non-commercial use of the original source or derivitives of the original source?


BTW, I coud find no trademark registration of the term WarServer


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Postby King_Ice_Flash » Sat Nov 12, 2005 12:03 pm

beakmyn wrote:
BTW, I coud find no trademark registration of the term WarServer

My laptop is running Win 2k3 server :D Should I re-name it and register a domain? WarServer.com?
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