Kismet is a WIFI network analysis tool. This is the 802.11 second layer wireless network detector, sniffer and intrusion detection system. It applies to wireless network cards that support original monitoring (rfmon) mode and can intercept 802.11a / b / g / n traffic. It collects data packets and identifies the network by hiding the network.
To use it, move the wireless card into monitor mode and type "airmon-ng start wlan0" in the terminal.
Step 1 :
To launch it, open terminal and type “kismet”.
Step 2 :
Step 3 :
Click “Yes” when it asks to start Kismet Server. Otherwise it will stop functioning.
Step 4 :
Startup Options, leave as default. Click “Start”
Step 5 :
Now it will display a table that asks you to define a wireless network card. In this case, click “Yes”
Step 6 :
In this case, the wireless source is “wlan0”. It must be written in the “Intf” section → click the “Add” section.
Step 7 :
It will start sniffing the WiFi network, as shown in the screenshot below.
Step 8 :
When you click on the network, wireless details are generated, as shown in the screenshot below.