Project Watcher – The release

So I’ve had this ready to go (with a few tweaks) for a couple of months now, but for some reason I haven’t felt like making it public. Call it laziness, lack of mojo or whatever but I decided this morning just to stop making excuses and let it loose.

ProjectWatcherTitle

Project Watcher is a Canari Framework transform pack that allows you to perform wireless scanning within Maltego. Making use of aircrack-ng components and Scapy (my favourite thing) it allows dynamic mapping of wireless access points and wireless clients by using a Maltego Machine.

This release has several transforms disabled for the time being, while I finish coding them despite only writing code for over a year I’ve turned into a bit of a perfectionist which makes releasing my code difficult at times..

The install and usage instructions can be found in the Readme.md file on the Github repo which can be found here:

Project Watcher

The data is stored in a sqlite database and allows for greater flexibility moving forward (oh I used a buzz word) and you can export the data to csv or zip for use elsewhere.

There are a number of things that I will be adding over the next few weeks which include (but not limited to).

  • Wigle.net lookups
  • Google Mapping
  • Shodan searching
  • Wireless attacks

In addition to these features I have a “Phase 2” planned which is a massive piece of work for me but I’m hoping will create a searchable database of information that can be used to collate and track devices based on their wireless footprint.. but that’s still in the planning and I need to learn a few more skill sets to get that off the ground.

This is the kind of graph you can end up with…

WatcherExampleGraph

Enjoy.. and as always let me know if you have any issues..

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