Kismet is a wireless network and device detector, sniffer, wardriving tool, and WIDS (wireless intrusion detection) framework.
Kismet works with Wi-Fi interfaces, Bluetooth interfaces, some SDR (software defined radio) hardware like the RTLSDR, and other specialized capture hardware.
Kismet works on Linux, OSX, and, to a degree, Windows 10 under the WSL framework. On Linux it works with most Wi-Fi cards, Bluetooth interfaces, and other hardware devices. On OSX it works with the built-in Wi-Fi interfaces, and on Windows 10 it will work with remote captures.
Kismet is under active development, with the latest development versions introducing:
A new web-based UI
HTTP/HTTPS scriptable API with JSON data records
A new unified kismetdb log format which stores packets, location, messages, and device records in a single file
Live streaming of PCAP captures over HTTP
Selective retrieval of packet history
New super-lightweight remote capture code for use on devices with extremely limited RAM and storage
Transparent remote packet capture from networked sensors
PCAP-NG multi-interface multi-dlt capture
Support for non-Wi-Fi protocols like Bluetooth, low-frequency environmental sensors, wireless keyboards & mice, and more
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