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KISMET(1)						    BSD General Commands Manual 						 KISMET(1)

NAME
kismet -- Wireless sniffing and monitoring SYNOPSIS
kismet [server-options] [--] [client-options] kismet_server [-nqs] [-t title] [-f config-file] [-c capture-source] [-C enable-capture-sources] [-l log-types] [-d dump-type] [-m max-packets-per-file] [-g gpshost:port] [-p listen-port] [-a allowed-hosts] [-N server-name] kismet_client [-qr] [-f config-file] [-s serverhost:port] [-g gui-type] [-c display-columns] DESCRIPTION
Kismet is an 802.11 layer2 wireless network detector, sniffer, and intrusion detection system. Kismet will work with any wireless card which supports raw monitoring (rfmon) mode, and can sniff 802.11b, 802.11a, and 802.11g traffic. Kismet identifies networks by passively collecting packets and detecting standard named networks, detecting (and given time, decloaking) hid- den networks, and inferring the presence of nonbeaconing networks via data traffic. kismet supports logging to the wtapfile packet format (readable by tcpdump and ethereal) and saves detected network informat as plaintext, CSV, and XML. kismet is capable of using any GPS supported by gpsd and logs and plots network data. kismet is divided into three basic programs, kismet_server kismet_client and gpsmap USAGE
kismet handles automatically starting kismet_server and kismet_client. kismet is installed as suid-root by default. It will drop privs to the user specified in kismet.conf immediately after binding and configur- ing the capture source. KISMET_SERVER kismet_server captures, dissects, and logs packets and GPS data. It is capable of running in `headless' mode with no display. Multiple clients (on multiple computers) can be connected to a single server. -I Set the initial channel for a channel source (source:channel) -x Forcibly enable the channel hopper -X Forcibly disable the channel hopper -t Set the title used for the %t field of the logfile template (Default: Kismet) -n Disable all logging -f Use an alternate config file -c Override capture source lines (type,interface,name). Refer to kismet.conf(5) for more information. Multiple capture source options can be specified for multiple sources. All sources provided here are automatically enabled unless an enable list is also supplied. -C Comma-separated list to override what capture sources are enabled. -l Override logging types, comma separated (dump, cisco, weak, csv, xml, gps) -m Override maximum packets logged per file -q Override sound option and run in quiet mode -g Override GPS host:port -p Override port to listen on for clients -a Override list of client IPs or network/mask blocks (comma separated) allowed to connect -s Run in silent mode (no console status information) -N Override server name for this instance of Kismet -v Print version -h Help KISMET_CLIENT kismet_client is a ncurses and panels interface which connects to the server and displays detected networks, statistics, network details, etc. -f Use an alternate config file -u Use an alternate UI config file -q Override sound option and run in quiet mode -s Override server host:port -r Attempt to automatically restablish the connection if the server terminates -g Override UI type (curses, panel) -c Override list of columns to display (comma seperated) -v Print version -h Help GPSMAP
gpsmap reads GPS and Network XML datafiles and plots networks on downloaded maps or user-supplied images (such as satellite photos). SEE ALSO
kismet_drone(1), gpsmap(1), kismet.conf(5), kismet_ui.conf(5), kismet_drone.conf(5) Kismet August 27, 2019 Kismet

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DRIFTNET(1)                                                   General Commands Manual                                                  DRIFTNET(1)

NAME
driftnet - capture images from network traffic and display them in an X window; optionally, capture audio streams and play them. SYNOPSIS
driftnet [options] [filter code] DESCRIPTION
Driftnet watches network traffic, and picks out and displays JPEG and GIF images for display. It is an horrific invasion of privacy and shouldn't be used by anyone anywhere. It has been described as `a graphical tcpdump(8)', `EtherPeg for Unix', and called all sorts of nasty names by people on Freshmeat. It is also possible to use driftnet to capture MPEG audio data from the network and play it through a player such as mpg123(1). Images may be saved by clicking on them. OPTIONS
-h Print a summary of usage. -v Print additional details of packets captured to the terminal. -b Beep when a new image is displayed. -i interface Listen to packets on interface. By default, driftnet will try to pick up traffic on all interfaces, but this does not work with all versions of pcap(3); on such systems, an interface must be specified. On some systems, driftnet can only use promiscuous mode if an interface is specified. -f file Instead of listening on an interface, read captured packets from a pcap(3); dump file; file can be a named pipe for use with Kismet or similar. -p Do not put the interface into promiscuous mode. -a Operate in `adjunct mode', where driftnet gathers images for use by another program, such as Jamie Zawinski's webcollage. In this mode, no window is displayed; images are captured and saved in a temporary directory, and their names written on standard output. -m number In adjunct mode, silently drop images if there are more than number in the temporary directory. It is assumed that another process will delete images which it has processed. -x prefix The filename prefix to use when saving images, by default `driftnet-'. -d directory Use directory to store temporary files. Driftnet will clear this directory of its own temporary files on exit, but will not delete the directory or any other files. -s Attempt to capture streamed audio data from the network, and either play it or, in adjunct mode, save it in files. At present this only works with MPEG data. -S Capture streamed audio data only, ignoring images. -M command Use the named command to play MPEG audio data. The command, which is executed using the shell, should accept MPEG frames on standard input. The default is `mpg123 -'. filter code Additional filter code to restrict the packets captured, in the libpcap syntax. User filter code is evaluated as `tcp and (filter code)'. SEE ALSO
tcpdump(8), pcap(3), webcollage(1), mpg123(1), http://www.etherpeg.org/, http://freshmeat.net/projects/driftnet/, http://www.ex-parrot.com/~chris/driftnet/. AUTHOR
Chris Lightfoot <chris@ex-parrot.com> VERSION
Driftnet, version 0.1.6. $Id: driftnet.1.in,v 1.7 2004/04/26 14:42:36 chris Exp $ COPYING
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MER- CHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA. DRIFTNET(1)
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