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that is definitely a candidate for investigation. curse those wascly wabbits!
that particular link dosen't help though
we need information. lat/lon, mac addrs, etc.
uhtu wrote:we're looking into it. there's definitely something odd.
if any of you folks have got data posted from that area, and you could send along some of the affected Transaction-Id's (from your the Upload link) to wigle-admin[at]wigle.net or PM myself, bobzilla, or arkasha
we'd be much obliged.
need to find out if its a parser problem, or db problem or just a wayward client. so many delightful sources of error in this game.
israel wrote:Just playing advocate here:
Has anyone actually wardriven the area to verify/deny any of these access points ? Unless that sat img is within the last 2 months it may be possible these networks may have a home.
Additionally it may be possible this behavior is occuring due to a wardriver logging data after covering an area both up and down the same road. Perhaps they are using a preamp?
wrzwaldo wrote:I'm going to have to say that there are no homes for any APs out there.
israel wrote:wrzwaldo wrote:I'm going to have to say that there are no homes for any APs out there.
I've noticed during some of my wardriving adventures through misguided farmlands here in california I get APs and nowhere in sight is something I would consider having an AP... All I see are tractors, water sprinklers, small sheds, trees. Usually when driving through these thought to be empty areas we get networks detected. We've never stopped to examine the situation but usually just give it the Whiskey Foxtrot Tango and keep going. This leads me to think that perhaps there are devices out there that are using WiFi somehow to keep track of things or communicate with one another. I've also noticed that these may contain blank SSIDs. Hope that helps.
scruge wrote:If you load those areas into digle and then drop the Qos 1 notch, you'll find they all go away, except a small hand full in the urban areas and a dozen or less on the rural road.
ccie4526 wrote:That's why I'm hoping Israel will eventually sniff through the areas that I ran through in Los Angeles, to raise the QoS level of them to something other than 1.
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