War Pi

By Scott Christie

Wardriving requires a computer system with the proper tools installed and a WiFi receiver. Locating Wi-Fi access points has evolved from lugging large computers around in cars, to wardriving apps on smartphones such as WiGLE Wi-Fi Service for Android devices (WiGLE, 2013). However, power and configurability are sometimes lost with the increase of portability and smaller size. With the configurability of a laptop, and the portability of smartphone, the Raspberry Pi platform is a powerful wireless sniffing device in a small package (Upton, Halfacree, 2012).

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