you can use this delicious gadget to find the nearly-exact location of an ap.. http://www.thinkgeek.com/computing/accessories/6447/ enjoy. /lasse On Sat, 2004-05-08 at 06:29, Galen wrote: > OK, so the thought is that it's not a fake AP? Then what the heck is it? > > Also thinking, "wlanai" could be like "wireless LAN AI (artificial > intelligence)" - but it's not very smart obviously. > > Is this something we'll see much of? If so, is there any way to block > these? It's got pretty wide coverage and not terribly useful results > with new MACs showing up every 1 second! > > I think I'm going to be doing some walk and knocking tomorrow after > this storm passes. Perhaps this person is just looking for others > interested in wifi like me... > > -Galen > > On May 7, 2004, at 9:11 PM, Theodore wrote: > > > a good properly done fakeap should have a different SSID, mac, and > > channel every .25 seconds.. it even tries to change the output power. > > > > Theo > > > > Galen wrote: > >> Perhaps I will need to go and do some knocking at places with patios! > >> :) > >> Anyone else have experience with these fake APs? Any chance KisMAC > >> could have some kind of immunity or grouping - all APs under one SSID > >> as "one"? > >> Also, I forgot to mention that the AP didn't really change channels, > >> as you can see from the .kismac file. It's all channel 10. > >> -Galen > > > > > > -- Don't hate the player, hate the game.