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    Default Simple Clean Report

    I am looking for a way to produce a simple clean report which shows wireless Access Points, SSIDs (both broadcast and not) and the type of security used by each SSID.

    What is the best way to gather this information using BT-4?

    We are in the process of auditing our corporate campus to determine if there are any rogue access points or unsecure networks.

    Thank you.

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    # iwlist scan

    write a script if you need to further parse or alter the text.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan8990 View Post
    # iwlist scan

    write a script if you need to further parse or alter the text.
    Thanks - however, when I try to run iwlist scan, i get the message "Interface doesn't support scanning : Operation not supported"

    I am using a Cisco Aironet AIR-CB21AG-A-K9 pcmcia card and have set it to monitor mode using airmon-ng.

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    Take it out of Monitor Mode to use iwlist scan. although to be effective and finding rouge access points you may want to look at something fancier that uses GPS like http://my-trac.assembla.com/giskismet/ unless your university has the cash for a spectrum analyzer.

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    Okay, I've got the card to run the command, but it's only reporting one SSID, I am aware of at least 3 in this location. Can I assume that each "Cell" represents one access point?

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    Maybe something like this:

    Code:
    iwlist <interface> scanning | grep "\(ESSID\|Mode:\|Channel:\)" | awk '{for (i=1; i <=2; i++) printf($i"%c",OFS)}' | sed 's/ESSID/\nESSID/g' > report.txt

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    Default airodump-ng question

    When using airodump-ng, I can see the 6 local Access Points available to me. Each of these APs have multiple SSIDs associated with them. When I save the data collected by airodump-ng to a csv file, it only stores 1 of the SSIDs.

    How can I get the csv file to record all of the SSIDs associated with the APs?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeeper View Post
    When using airodump-ng, I can see the 6 local Access Points available to me. Each of these APs have multiple SSIDs associated with them. When I save the data collected by airodump-ng to a csv file, it only stores 1 of the SSIDs.

    How can I get the csv file to record all of the SSIDs associated with the APs?

    Thanks
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