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http://kismetwireless.net/screenshot/kismet-chroot-bcmon-android.png

For anyone messing with the http://bcmon.blogspot.com broadcom monitor mode hacks for android, grab the Kismet git repo and check out the branch Kismet-2013-03-bcmon.

It gives you a 'bcmon' type (kismet -c wlan0:type=bcmon) that includes the hacks necessary to work with the bcmon firmware; specifically it will treat the interface as radiotap regardless of the actual DLT reported (since it reports arphrd_ether) and won't try to put it in monitor mode (since this breaks the ability to set channel).

You'll still need to get their radio firmware and tweaks to kick it into monitor mode before starting Kismet.

I haven't gotten Kismet running under the ndk toolchain yet; this screenshot is from a chroot to a filesystem derived from ubuntu-arm-core.

Things are pretty hacky right now, but it's slowly coming along.

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Kismet 2013-03-R1 released; at the usual place: https://www.kismetwireless.net/download.shtml

Lots of bugfixes including better terminal support in some situations, client fixes, interface channel handling fixes for multivap (fixes the channel set bug when the main interface is up), radiotap alignment fixes, and lots of other little quirks.

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Kismet 2013-03-R1 released; at the usual place: https://www.kismetwireless.net/download.shtml

Lots of bugfixes including better terminal support in some situations, client fixes, interface channel handling fixes for multivap (fixes the channel set bug when the main interface is up), radiotap alignment fixes, and lots of other little quirks.

New Kismet release brewing - in Git under the branch Kismet-2013-03-R1.  Nothing revolutionary - this doesn't include the phy-neutral core, basically it's a stop-gap maintenance release because there are a number of broken issues pending which really needed to be addressed.

All the patches are pulled in from dev trees, release will probably be sometime in the next week unless major issues are found.

#ifihadglass  real-time wifi network signal visualization is the first thing to come to mind.

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Trying out the G+ communities thing, if you're interested in various wireless hacking, join in!

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Two new android utilities:

http://kismetwireless.net/android-pcap/

Android Pcap - Capture 802.11 in monitor mode, without root, using the RTL8187 USB card.

http://kismetwireless.net/android-cloudshark/

Android CloudShark - A "Share File.." handler to upload to the public CloudShark service, or to private CloudShark appliances.

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You can see me being awkward on camera (and showing off some new toys) on the latest +Hak5 episode...

http://hak5.org/episodes/hak5-1204
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