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    Question Wifizoo 1.3 setup help

    Im having trouble with the new wifizoo in bt3 final.. It i guess its not setup or something..

    i start wifizoo this is what i get

    options:
    -i <interface>
    -c <pcap_file>

    bt wifizoo #

    Wifizoo never did that in beta.. can anyone help this noob out plaese and thank you..

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    hi Apollopimp,

    I'm going to assume your interface is an atheros card abd your wireless interface is ath0, you can of course replace with your cards name. What you need to do is start wifizoo by just typing:
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    python wifizoo.py -i ath0
    In version 1.3 you have to specify an interface basically. Or there is the option of using a pcap file of data you captured earlier, instead of specifying interface. You should also of course started airodump-ng or kismet before hand in channel hopping mode to capture data, but i'm sure you know that already.

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    did you specify your interface e.g. bt wifizoo # wifizoo -i ath0
    Think outside the box

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    Thanks for your answers i just needed the python wifizoo.py -i wlan1
    sorry i new i forgot to add some info im using the Alfa 500mw AWUS036H

    its working now but im getting this

    SSID (AP) List} im getting info

    BSSID->Clients Graph} sthg went wrong. this feature needs graphviz

    Probes Graph} sthg went wrong. this feature needs graphviz

    SSIDS Obtained from ProbeRequests} in getting info

    Cookies} nothing is there

    Do i need to edit the wifizoo.py and the scapy.py ?

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    For my wifizoo i didnt need to configure anything in scapy or wifizoo.py all i did was start kismet to channel hop then wifizoo, then go onto a computer or laptop connected to the AP and log into a site and make sure you click the remember my details button. then check wifizoo and you should see the cookie. Also be sure you have configured you internet browser to use the wifizoo proxy if you are planning on using the cookies to browse the sites they have been set for
    Think outside the box

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    yeah with thse you need to install graphviz. it's never worked for me in backtrack. works in other distros. let me knw if you find a way to fix graphviz in backtrack

    shamanvirtuel said this version is good and should work. havent had a chance to test it yet:
    www . graphviz.org/pub/graphviz/ARCHIVE/graphviz-working.tar.gz

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    How do i set the proxy? i spent the last 10 mins trying to find it i cant find any proxy setting for firefox..

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    go to tools : options : advanced : network then settings then pick the manually enter proxy option and copy the proxy address from the terminal window where wifizoo is running
    Think outside the box

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    thanks everyone got it working..

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    this is better since with the version in the bt3 beta, you had to edit wifizoo.py to correspond with your interface and unless you have an HD install of BT, you had to do this everytime you booted up.

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