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    Default Airodump and kismet conflicting??

    Heres the scenario..

    I changed my ssid from linksys to TEST on my routers web page ...and I changed it from broadcast ssid to cloak or disable ssid. Now..ill run kismet and it will be highlighted blue...but it gives me the name of linksys..and on airodump it says <length: 4> Whats up with that?? Why is kismet saying my OLD ssid..and airodump saying length 4? Obviously airodump is correct...but I want both programs to say TEST...and they don't. Is there a reason why this is happening??
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    i know kismet store relationships between macs and ssid in a database csv file......here is the description of csv from filext
    Extension: CSV Program and/or Extension Function [What's This?] Company [What's This?] Comma-Separated Variables Specific Notes [What's This?] A comma delimited file is a database exported into a format where each record is a single line and each field in the record is indicated by a comma. Where necessary (e.g., if the field has a comma in it) the field will also be quoted. If you have Excel, use the import feature of Excel to import the file. Specify comma delimited format as the import format. Then export to whatever format you require for the data. You can also usually import this format directly into most any database program or spreadsheet program as well. This file type is often associated with Microsoft Excel as this is one of the standard ways to transfer data into and out of a spreadsheet. .....
    just delete it or recreate it empty....will surely help you
    or maybe just change also your mac....

    hope helps...but im not sure...it's just my though..
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    Quote Originally Posted by shamanvirtuel View Post
    i know kismet store relationships between macs and ssid in a database csv file......

    hope helps...but im not sure...it's just my though..
    So your saying kismet stores all the APs' names that I visit in a central database file or txt document on BT2? Hmm..I never thought to think about that ..so now I need to locate that file and delete it right? HOW SIMPLE!! I must have been thinking to much into the technical aspects of kismet..so I overlooked that completely. Thanks shamanvirtuel...I will test this theory out tomorrow. Its getting late here (10:53PM). Ill post my results or questions tomorrow. Thanks again for sharing your wisdom with me old friend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xploitz View Post
    So your saying kismet stores all the APs' names that I visit in a central database file or txt document on BT2? Hmm..I never thought to think about that ..so now I need to locate that file and delete it right? HOW SIMPLE!! I must have been thinking to much into the technical aspects of kismet..so I overlooked that completely. Thanks shamanvirtuel...I will test this theory out tomorrow. Its getting late here (10:53PM). Ill post my results or questions tomorrow. Thanks again for sharing your wisdom with me old friend.
    Each time you start Kismet, it creates a number of files by default: xml, csv, gps, dump, network, weak, cisco (I think that's all of them anyways). By editing the kismet.conf file, you can change these settings (I only use xml, csv, and gps). The .conf also shows the file prefix, so each additional file will be incremented by one. Generally, the filename is something like Kismet-date-#.csv (and so on).
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    Quote Originally Posted by theprez98 View Post
    Each time you start Kismet, it creates a number of files by default: xml, csv, gps, dump, network, weak, cisco (I think that's all of them anyways). By editing the kismet.conf file, you can change these settings (I only use xml, csv, and gps). The .conf also shows the file prefix, so each additional file will be incremented by one. Generally, the filename is something like Kismet-date-#.csv (and so on).
    Right. That part I knew cause I'm CONSTANTLY erasing all that kismet stuff thats left behind on my computer after I run it for a little while. Those xml, csv, gps, dump, network, weak, cisco files are stored in my "Home Folder" or /root...and I ALWAYS erase them cause airodump files are stored there as well. So if thats the case..I've already done as shamanvirtuel had suggested, and I still get kismet to say my ORIGIONAL first kismet runs AP name, and not what I've changed my ssid to. Im thinking im gonna have to tinker with other settings in kismet of hell..I may even delete my BT2 partition...format it and reinstall to see if it reads my new "TEST" AP and hopefully it wont still say linksys. Ive changed it from linksys to Pirates Network..to TEST..and kismet always says linksys..the first one..and never my TEST..which is what I renamed it to....hmmm...mre googling or I may even have to visit the kismet forums!! I promise not to stay there, and that Ill be faithful to you remote-Xploitz.org!!! Forgive me BT2 community!
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