Wardriving data to Sqlite

A couple weeks ago i started to collect wifi data. In theory i was wardriving.

If you want to start wardriving you have two choices in Software: airodump-ng (part of aircrack-ng) and kismet.

Both are wonderful and do output their data in various formats. Well, various means two: CSV and netxml.

Not very intuitive to read as a human and search queries aren’t possible.

Because of that i needed a tool to convert the kismet.csv file somehow to a Sqlite database. The almighty google found GISKismet, which was offline.

I had to write my own (bash)script which is very self explanatory. Execute the script from the command line and make sure to have the CSV as argument.

Categories: linux
Tags: bash, wifi, script, english