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  1. So lately I've been checking out shodan.io and finding some interesting stuff. What I noticed is by default the CLI won't display more than 100 results at a times. What I got the from the dev was that it displays 100 results per page but you could loop through the pages and display as many results as you want to but you have to tell it where to end so you don't burn up all of your credits. I'm really not sure how to loop through the pages and display more than 100 results. Anybody have any experience with this?
  2. Hi all, I'm trying to get an installation of gnuradio-RTLSDR-Airprobe to decode GSM frames, in order to identify mobile devices that exchange information in those frames. Recently achieved the complete installation in a Kali distribution, but now I have some problems with the data collection. But what I would really like to know (to be prepared) whether you can see in wireshark decoded frames in any number that uniquely identifies the mobile devices, such as IMSI, TMSI, etc. Because so far I've only seen the LAC, MNC and MCC numbers in video tutorials. Thank you
  3. This may seem like a dumb question, but why does the forum search function return no hits for simple words like gps/GPS? I've tried various searches and it never returns anything.
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