Interview with Kismet's author, Mike Kershaw

Friday, 20 August 2004, 10:37 AM EST

Kismet is simply the best war driving tool out there plus it's free as in GPL. It runs on linux, *BSD, Mac OS X and even on your little linux PDA.

The brain and guts driving its development is Mike Kershaw alias Dragorn, works during the day on IBM mainframes and hack kismet code at night. Mike graciously agreed to a HERT interview to tell us a little bit more about himself, his view on WiFi security and the future of Kismet.

At HERT.

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