Fake AP and real statistics with OpenWRT

My networking teacher said that it would be cool to turn one of the routers that we have been playing with (Asus RT-N16) into an AP so that the class would connect to it instead of the schools network nearest AP.

Why do that? So we can see who is accesing what, get some statistics on that and probably to make a “wall-of-shame” where we could write the students usernames and passwords.

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GPS Wardriving

I remember my first time doing wardriving (not that long ago). I only used my laptop and my mothers car. Of course i did everything manually, like writing down every AP and MACs and so on.

Since we got some new “toys” here at school, my networking teacher dared me to do some wardriving using a bluetooth GPS and an external wireless adapter. See my last 2 posts for info on them.

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