Koos van den Hout : Kismet log viewer

Kismet is a wireless network scanner for unix. I use it on my Dell laptop running Linux. Sometimes (depending on the target area of the scan) I convert the resulting files to html files using the Kismet Log Viewer.

I have done scans by bike (warbiking?) and by train (wartraining? wartraindriving?), by car (a few) and by bus (also a few). The usual mode is by bike, that works best (I think) in the city areas of the Netherlands. A picture of my 'wardriving rig'

I may update this page sometimes, but the daily wardriving logs would just overflow it.

Converted logs
29 September 2003, Utrecht
30 September 2003, Utrecht - Culemborg - Utrecht
30 September 2003, Utrecht
1 October 2003, Nieuwegein
22 November 2003, Utrecht - Nijmegen
23 November 2003, Nijmegen - Utrecht with gps locations 38 networks
4 January 2004, Utrecht - Amsterdam
4 January 2004, Amsterdam - Utrecht (train via Hilversum)
5 January 2004, Utrecht - Nieuwegein
10 January 2004, Utrecht - Leiden
17 October 2004, Den Bosch - Utrecht
7 November 2004, Nijmegen - Utrecht with gps locations 61 networks
12 January 2005, Utrecht central station - Utrecht Overvecht 15 minutes fetching my bike and biking home from Utrecht central station, finding 125 networks(!)
13 May 2005, Utrecht at home (Overvecht) 4 networks found at home (one is my own) without even moving the laptop. Is that warsitting?
31 May 2005, Utrecht Uithof to Overvecht with gps locations 189 networks
3 Jun 2005, Utrecht Overvecht to Uithof with gps locations 166 networks .. slight variation in route
3 Jun 2005, Utrecht Uithof to Overvecht with gps locations 131 networks .. again a slight variation in route
21 Sep 2005, Utrecht Overvecht to Kanaleneiland with gps locations 263 networks .. A real war 'drive' with a car
13 February 2006, Utrecht central station - Utrecht Overvecht almost the same route as somewhat more than a year ago, now 189 networks.

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Koos van den Hout, koos@kzdoos.xs4all.nl, Fax +31-30-2817051.
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