How to Map Wardriving Data with Jupyter Notebook

With the Wigle WiFi app running on an Android phone, a hacker can discover and map any nearby network, including those created by printers and other insecure devices. The default tools to analyze the resulting data can fall short of what a hacker needs, but by importing wardriving data into Jupyter Notebook, we can map all Wi-Fi devices we encounter and slice through the data with ease. Thanks to low-cost Android smartphones equipped with GPS and Wi-Fi sensors, wardriving has gotten easier than ever. With a $60 Android smartphone and Wigle WiFi, it's possible to map the time and location that... more