We currently support all of NetStumbler's exported and native files.
NetStumbler is a very well done 802.11b scouting tool for Windows.
We also support Kismet for Linux and others, DStumbler for BSD, as well as some other file formats.
- Consolidated.db: This is an sqlite file that is synced from an iphone/ipad to a host computer (prior to iOS 4.3.3). OSX details. Windows details. An easy way to get a copy of the files in your home dir on OSX is to start Terminal and run this (as a single line):
tar czvf consolidated.tar.gz ~/Library/Application*Support/MobileSync/Backup/????????????????????????????????????????/4096c9ec676f2847dc283405900e284a7c815836
- DStumbler: text output
- G-Mon: .kml, .txt output
- inSSIDer: kml output
- Kismac: native (.kismac), text, kml output
- Kismet: .csv, .xml, .netxml, .gps, .gpsxml, .nettxt, CWGD output
- MacStumbler: plist xml, wiscan format
- NetStumbler: native (.ns1), text, wiscan, summary
- Pocket Warrior: Text output
- Wardrive-Android: kml output
- WiFiFoFum: kml output
- WiFi-Where: ns1, kml, csv output. Now available on Cydia (iphone/ipad jailbreak)
- Wigle Wifi Wardriving: csv output
Note that you can send an individual file gzip'd, and if it ends in '.gz' it will be gunzip'd before being read (gzip is not the same as pkzip or winzip). You may send a gzipped tar archive - if the file name ends in '.tar.gz' the individual members will be extracted and processed sequentially. You may send one or more files pkzipped (compressed using zip/winzip/pkzip/others), and they will be processed sequentially, although please note that new filenames will be assigned during processing.