[Chicago] Python traffic analysis idea

Adrian Buford technicallydebatable at gmail.com
Tue Jan 28 04:59:25 CET 2014

I'll research tonight and post how I branch off. Thank you.
On Jan 27, 2014 8:55 PM, "Daniel Peters" <danieltpeters at gmail.com> wrote:

> So, are you looking for how to implement this?  There's a few wifi
> sniffing tools on Linux, things like (off the top of my head...) wifilist
> and wavemon. wavemon in particular does all of that, you could see if any
> of these kinds of tools output in some kind of text format, and then do
> what you want with that?
> On Mon, Jan 27, 2014 at 6:58 PM, Adrian Buford <
> technicallydebatable at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Looking for assist on writing a Python based traffic analysis script(s).
>> I have the concept drawn but just started digging into coding. Any help is
>> appreciated.
>> Point A > captures bssid,  mac, said, signal strength of AP(x) and
>> appends time stamp to logA
>> Point B > does same and appends to logB
>> Information is compared between logs and average Point A to Point B time
>> is generated based on signal threshold. AP(x) being any device that can
>> broadcast such signal. Cellular, mobile hot spot, CTA train (yes they do).
>> Idea came from using WigleWiFi this weekend. Was thinking of logging via
>> ssh connection to home server. I'm sure accuracy can be improved via the
>> great minds here. This idea isn't limited to two points. More points will
>> yield better accuracy.
>> Enough ranting. Thank you. Any help is appreciated.
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