WifiZoo 1.3 released
New/fixed in WifiZoo v1.3
-Some changes in the GUI in general. The info is presented a little bit better.
-new parameters: -i <interface>, -c pcap_capture. Yes you can now use a previously saved capture file (from kismet
-AP List now optionally autorefreshes, shows number of clients per AP and shows vendor of wificard based on the MAC address.
With this, you can, with one look, observe the MAC of identified wifi devices, the vendor and the # of clients. This is helpful for easily spotting potential targets, because of the vendor or because of the number of clients. For example, If the AP has a very big number of clients, is a good idea to go and try do something with that AP.
-Clicking on an AP on the AP List window sends you to a new window with list of clients for that AP. the MAC
of each client is displayed along with the vendor of the wifi card according to the MAC.
-MSN data is now displayed
This is a 'minor' release, although some useful things were fixed/added.
Happy days man, its a great program. The MSN feature will be widely used I tell you!
Great job man keep it up
oh.. whoops didnt mean to imply it was my release!!! I just noticed it was! Hernan Ochoa (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the author
Thank you for the notification!
I've just tried it on BT3beta, works like a charm
I especially like the possibility to load a .cap file, it replays the traffic nicely
can someone post baby steps on how to download, install and reconfigure the new release of wifizoo 1.3 ?
simple, in console:
extract that and then CD into the directory in console
(make sure scapy.py is in the same folder!!)
then type this in cosole after cd-ing:
python wifizoo.py -i <wirelessinterface>
AFAIK theres no configuration needed.. well i didnt need any...
Thanks, but I really mean baby steps (ie: commands for each step of the way.) Last time I tried downloading and extracting, I ended up having to reinstall backtrack3, so I don't want to be guessing commands & switches.
Originally Posted by tarantula78
ok open up console
tar -x wifizoo_v1.3.tgz
python wifizoo.py -i <your wificard interface>
thats it.. but be warned wifizoo is a big time work in progress it doesnt pick up cookies/data as easy as u think and it only works on non encrypted networks. ive tried numerous times on my own network.. it seems to be very selective about which data to accept so dont be suprised if your logs dont turn out perfect.
when i bring up the http page it comes up with error 400
anyone experienced this?
If you guys want control-c to exit wifizoo when your using it, download the patch i whipped up real quick. Nothing special, just exits when you hit control c.
To patch, move to wifizoo folder, patch -P0 <filename