look in /root
Very much a new comer to BT3 with very basic Linux and Kismet experience, so any help is appreciated. The issue I have is that I cant find the raw data packets that Kismet is recording. I see the different AP's the packets recieved, the MAC's of the AP's and the clients associated, etc, etc. But what I would like to find is the packet dump file, so I can feed it to a wep cracking utility.. (is this making any sense.. does kismet not do this?). I believe I have done this once before way back with TCPDUMP.
From the manuals I have read it states that kismet logs to the default directory its installed, I found a dump file... dumpfile.h in the /pentest/svn/kismet-devel location, but when I open its code for.. not sure what.
So with that said, any insight would go a long way.
Thanks for the tips guys,
Any Balding_Parot you were correct the dump files were created in /root after running kismet. Appreciate the quick responses too.
For future reference, Kismet will save files to the directory that you start Kismet from.