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Detecting WarDriving

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Darktaurus

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Post Mon Jun 21, 2010 10:43 am

Detecting WarDriving

I was wondering how others detect War-Driving or piggybacking on their wireless networks?  I know Kismet has features for this but are there many others?  How do you detect the passive probes to your wireless network? 

For example, I saw someone suspicious with a laptop in his SUV.  When he saw me, he took off.  I was wondering if I should start using kismet more often to detect this sort of thing or am I just being paranoid as usual.  Everyone else thinks I am.
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ziggy_567

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Post Mon Jun 21, 2010 10:55 am

Re: Detecting WarDriving

I'm not sure there's a whole lot you can do about wardriving other than disabling your AP/wireless router.

As far as detecting piggybacking, you should be able to detect this pretty easily by monitoring DHCP leases.
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