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Wireless Geographic Logging Engine: Making maps of wireless networks since 2001

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  1. Oct 21

    repost: if you’re an Android networking/positioning geek, this thread about the end of startScan() could use your stars and comments:

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  2. Oct 20

    WiGLE WiFi Wardriving 2.37 released with fixes for stability issues and clean-ups on Bluetooth handling.

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  3. Retweeted
    Oct 15

    It is open and unhashed in /System/Library/Frameworks/CoreLocation.framework/Support/. factory.db contains 71078 APs and factory_minimum.db contains the schema.

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  4. Retweeted
    Oct 15
    Replying to and

    I drew a rough bounding box around Germany - the DB has ~8000 APs within the box. I'm guessing many are public Wi-Fi, hotspots from cities/Telekom/etc. Very high chance that you're near one of these if you're in a populated area = instant offline country geolocation.

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  5. Retweeted
    Oct 8

    Every time I with new gear it’s like rediscovering the lost continent… where WERE all these APs hiding from my old device? How can I have nearly 8,000 new finds in 8 days traveling well-worn paths? Who cares, just topped 551,800 dots on the maps!

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    Sep 23
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  7. Retweeted
    Sep 18
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    I've just put it up now. First mention of Wigle is on slide 9:

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  8. Sep 18
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  9. Retweeted
    Sep 8

    The latest proposal from the Australian government to spy on its people would rely on hijacking the trust we have in modern technology.

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    A former Tesla employee, who worked on their IT infrastructure, is posting in a subforum of a subforum, a little-known place for funy computer forgotten by time. His NDA has expired. He has such sights to show us. Join me and I will be your silent guide into a world of horror.

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  11. Aug 21

    To everyone who wants to help Google evaluate the impact of the Pie scan throttling: they’ve asked to hear from you!

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    Aug 16

    “But if we do nothing, how can I claim credit for having done something?” is genuinely a major source of failure in American business culture. Recently saw this with AT&T telling HBO to be less HBO. A thing that screws up open office plans, screws up more than just that.

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  13. Aug 13
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  14. Retweeted
    Aug 10

    License plate reader data is being used to investigate welfare recipients in Sacramento County. Another repulsive example of a surveillance technology being turned against the vulnerable & the poor. ht

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  15. Aug 11

    At ? Check out the party up at Wifi Village - 7pm!

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  16. Retweeted
    Aug 10
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    2/2 Did you know, Android 9 (Pie) plans to throttle WiFi to max 4 scans in 2 minutes. All these applications will no longer work the way you know it. Interested in reaching out and asking to have a special permission? Please let us know.

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  17. Aug 10

    Announces WiFi Wardriving 2.32 in the Android Beta Channel! This adds Bluetooth Scanning 😈😎 to WiGLE and defaults scanning under Pie to 30s intervals because Google has implemented a really regressive scanning policy 👿🤬

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  18. Aug 10

    What’s so interesting about 18369532728810782447 ?

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  19. Aug 9

    WiGLE will be at again (which is cancelled) - find us for stickers, questions, and pithy remarks!

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  20. Retweeted
    Aug 8
    Replying to

    I have to do more tests but it seems to me some Oreo vendor images already are not returning a constant (full) result of all BSSIDs for other SSIDs then the connected one. (Highly fluctuating) When scanresultproxy would allow *full* scanresults whit NETWORK_SETTINGS => better

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