KNSGEM MAIN PAGE
"Provides a single point interface
to your Kismet, NetStumbler and WiFihopper logs via the Knsgem Master KML. The
Knsgem Master listing provides a summary of all your logs, including Total Nets,
WEP, GPS data, and location. It also provides a link to your individual logs.
Once a log set is loaded the place mark provides additional details about the
individual networks contained." - Knsgem homepage.
Knsgem is a breeze to install via the
windows executable the only thing to be aware of is to install the program in
the default location C:\knsgem, as the author states he's not certain it will
work in any other folders. You then simply accept the default location for
the installation of the Borland Database Engine and you're good to go.
Knsgem also requires the installation
of Google Earth, which can be obtained for free from:
Before starting Knsgem it is
necessary to copy your Kismet (.csv, .xml and .gps) or NetStumbler (.ns1) files
into the C:\Knsgem folder.
Once you have copied the Kismet or
NetStumbler files into C:\knsgem folder - double click ksngem.exe (located in
Knsgem processing a .ns1 file:
Knsgem places the results of the
processing in the C:\knsgem\KML folder:
To view the results in Google Earth
simply double click the Knsgem_Master.kml file to initialise Google Earth:
From KNSGEM homepage:
Although KNSGEM doesn’t have a
user interface it does have a configuration file “knsgem.cfg” which can be used
to set various options:
1) You can set the fill and outline colours for polys, either by channel or
2) You can swap the channel and security colours.
3) SSID or BSSID map labels
4) The scatter plots can be adjusted
5) Max radius, custom icons and path, GMT time offset
Knsgem with range circles:
Knsgem showing AP information: