Kismet

Description

Kismet is an 802.11 layer-2 wireless network detector, sniffer, and intrusion detection system. It will work with any wireless card that supports raw monitoring (rfmon) mode, and can sniff 802.11a/b/g/n traffic. It can use other programs to play audio alarms for network events, read out network summaries, or provide GPS coordinates. This is the main package containing the core, client, and server.

Usage

Syntax

kismet [OPTION]

Options

 -v, --version                Show version
 -f, --config-file <file>     Use alternate configuration file
     --no-line-wrap           Turn of linewrapping of output
                              (for grep, speed, etc)
 -s, --silent                 Turn off stdout output after setup phase
     --daemonize              Spawn detatched in the background
     --no-plugins             Do not load plugins
     --no-root                Do not start the kismet_capture binary
                               when not running as root.  For no-priv
                               remote capture ONLY.

 *** Kismet Client/Server Options ***
 -l, --server-listen          Override Kismet server listen options

 *** Kismet Remote Drone Options ***
     --drone-listen           Override Kismet drone listen options

 *** Dump/Logging Options ***
 -T, --log-types <types>      Override activated log types
 -t, --log-title <title>      Override default log title
 -p, --log-prefix <prefix>    Directory to store log files
 -n, --no-logging             Disable logging entirely

 *** Packet Capture Source Options ***
 -c, --capture-source         Specify a new packet capture source
                              (Identical syntax to the config file)
 -C, --enable-capture-sources Enable capture sources (comma-separated
                              list of names or interfaces)

 *** Kismet Net Tracking Options ***
     --filter-tracker         Tracker filtering

 *** Kismet GPS Options ***
     --use-gpsd-gps (h:p)     Use GPSD-controlled GPS at host:port
                              (default: localhost:2947)
     --use-nmea-gps (dev)     Use local NMEA serial GPS on device
                              (default: /dev/ttyUSB0)
     --use-virtual-gps
                (lat,lon,alt) Use a virtual fixed-position gps record
     --gps-modelock <t:f>     Force broken GPS units to act as if they
                              have a valid signal (true/false)
     --gps-reconnect <t:f>    Reconnect if a GPS device fails
                              (true/false)

Example

cyborg@cyborg:~$ sudo kismet 

kismet Kismet

 

Start Kismet Server :

kismet server Kismet

Click on Yes to Enter Interface for packet sniffing :

kismet interface Kismet

Enter Interface :

kismet interface select Kismet

Kismet is running :

kismet running Kismet

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