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Hi everyone, I need to use the pineapple nano to generate a heat map with google earth (or google map) of the signal strenght. Here is what I have done until now: 1. install kismet, gpsd and share gps (android) 2. send the gps data to gpsd and bind kismet with gpsd to get the gps data I tried giskimsmet, to generate a .kml file to import in google earth and see the access point. This is working. Now the heatmap! I tried kisheat (https://github.com/roobixx/kisheat) , but it failed (the image generated are too small and doesn't represent the real spec). I know there
I plan on using a Raspberry Pi 2 running Raspian. I want to wardrive wifi and bluetooth at the same time also while using gpsd of course for a rough location on one Raspberry Pi. I will be using an Alfa w/ external antenna and an Ubertooth w/ external antenna. Now for some questions... 1. Will I need to run (2) instances of Kismet, or can it be done is (1) instance, keeping in mind the Ubertooth needs to run a plug-in? 2. If I need to run (2) instances of Kismet, will I need to use (2) separate config files, and/or two installations of Kismet in differing locations? 3. I'm assuming gpsd can
So, I want to install the USB packages: root@pineapple:# opkg --dest usb install tmux gpsd gpsd-clients root@pineapple:# opkg install kernel kmod-usb-serial-pl2303 It gives me errors saying it doesn't recognize the command and can't locate the packages when I use "apt-get install". I am a beginner at wireless hacking and I'm just starting to use the WiFi pineapple. It would also be nice if someone had read "Hacking Exposed: Wireless Edition", although not neccessary, since that's where I'm getting these instructions from. I'm trying to do this on kali linux 2.0
Hello Guy's last weekend i had the idea to try some war-cycling. and for that i grabbed my mk5 from the shelf and startet scurging the interwebs for information on how to connect a USB GPS dongle to the mk5. this was actualy real easey to do. and i installed the following for testing: Kismet_server and read some where that kismet could directly connect to my USB device. turns out that this is not the case for me. so i installde GPSD and after that kismet found a damn good GPS lock. i decided to run some more tests before i would go on my trip. and found that after starting and stopping Kismet