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whereami - Uses WiFi signals :signal_strength: and machine learning to predict where you are

  •    Python

Uses WiFi signals and machine learning (sklearn's RandomForest) to predict where you are. Even works for small distances like 2-10 meters. Your computer will known whether you are on Couch #1 or Couch #2.

mitmAP - 📡 A python program to create a fake AP and sniff data.

  •    Python

I'm not responsible for anything you do with this program, so please only use it for good and educational purposes.

accesspoint - Manage wireless access points in Android

  •    Java

Manage wireless access points on Android 2.2 or later.Remember to ask for WRITE_SETTINGS on 6.0+! The example app has a sample implementation of that. The library will not do this for you, as it involves UI interaction that should be handled and customizable by your app.




ansible-openwisp2-imagegenerator - Automatically build several openwisp2 firmware images for different organizations while keeping track of their differences

  •    Shell

This ansible role allows to build several openwisp2 firmware images for different organizations while keeping track of their configurations. NOTE: this role has not been tested in the wild yet. If you intend to use it, try it out and if something goes wrong please proceed to report your issue, but bear in mind you need to be willing to understand the build process and it's inner working in order to make it work for you.

rpi-roam-webapp - Setup script and web application for a wireless Raspberry Pi bridge.

  •    Python

This package wirelessly connects a Raspberry Pi to available WiFi networks and bridges the connection to an access point. You will need a Raspberry Pi 3 and an extra WiFi adapter. For initial setup, you will need to wire your Pi to a router.

RouteryPi - RouteryPi is a simple WiFi access point made out of a Raspberry Pi Zero W.

  •    Python

You will also need Python (my scripts use 2.7) if you have some LEDs and want to easily program them like status LEDs. If you aim to do something like that be ready to also install python-pip and some packages like psutil. The heart of this whole installation will be 'hostapd' and 'bridge-utils' because we will be using the Pi as a network bridge between the LAN and WiFi. This means that you will need an additonal DHCP and DNS server. Nevertheless, this simplifies the whole installation a lot and makes it less error-prone. If you already have a router (which I assume you do) you can connect it with your RouteryPi and everything will work out of the box.


ReactiveWiFi - Android library listening available WiFi Access Points and related information with RxJava Observables

  •    Java

Android library listening available WiFi Access Points and related information with RxJava Observables. This library is one of the successors of the NetworkEvents library. Its functionality was extracted from ReactiveNetwork project to make it more specialized and reduce number of required permissions required to perform specific task.

wifi-cups-server - Raspberry PI CUPS - Plug&Play solution to make your old printer Wi-Fi compatible

  •    HTML

This is a Plug&Play solution, which runs on Docker to make your old printer Wi-Fi compatible. You only need a Raspberry Pi with Wi-Fi (e.g. Zero W, 3B/3B+ - or 1/2 with Wi-Fi dongle). The bash file asks you for a SSID and a PASSWORD. These values are for the AP (access-point). Choose them correctly: it should not be your/neighbor network SSID, and the PASSWORD should be secure. After this, the bash file starts to install everything automatically (grab a cup of tea!). Then follows these instructions.






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