kmuzumdar Posted July 21, 2015 Share Posted July 21, 2015 (edited) I'm using the Airodump Ng Scan Visualizer which takes a CSV file, so I configured a boot mode to output CSV. My airodump pcap is a decent sized file, and it finds lots of endpoints. When I write as CSV, it's a very small file and all the clients are not detected. Kismet gives me the most data but I can't get signal strength out of that, so that's out. Maybe there's something I need to add to the configuration? Take a look: Kismet: ifconfig wlan1 down && iwconfig wlan1 mode monitor && ifconfig wlan1 up && kismet_server && ifconfig wlan0 down Airodump Pcap: ifconfig wlan1 up; airmon-ng start wlan1; airodump-ng --write /sd/airodump.pcap --output-format pcap mon0 My attempt at making the airodump example code better (did give me a slightly larger file): ifconfig wlan0 down; ifconfig wlan1 down; iwconfig wlan1 monitor mode; ifconfig wlan1 up; airmon-ng start wlan1; airodump-ng --write /sd/dump.csv --output-format csv mon0 Airodump example code from boot modes page: ifconfig wlan1 down; iwconfig wlan1 monitor mode; ifconfig wlanifconfig wlan1 up; airmon-ng start wlan1; airodump-ng --write /sd/Newdump.csv --output-format csv mon0 Basically I'm not getting all the information I should be out of the csv's. The airodump.pcap is better, but not as good as kismet. However, I can't use Kismet since there's no signal strength really. I like the visualizer a lot so I want CSV's, and exporting as CSV from Wireshark didn't work for the program. If anyone knows another visualizer that'd be good. WifiSpy, which I saw on here a while back, didn't work too well for me. Thanks! Edited July 21, 2015 by kmuzumdar Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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