Baffle is a tool for actively fingerprinting and identifying wireless devices. See ./tool --help for options.
Because we need to be able to sniff and inject arbitrary 802.11 packets, we need help from a few C-libraries (see Depedencies). Before running Baffle, you must compile the Ruby extensions wrapping these libraries. Generally, it it done in the following manner:
$ ruby extconf $ make
You will need to run these commands in the following directories:
Linalg depends on LAPACK, a fortran linear algebra package, and on f2c, a fortran to C bridge. These can typically be installed from package management systems or compiled from source. The ruby linalg library itself is compiled with the following commands:
$ ruby install.rb configure $ ruby install.rb make $ sudo ruby install.rb install
Once those dependencies are met, everything should work fine.
- linalg (depends on the LAPACK fortran library and f2c library)
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Baffle is released as open source under a BSD license. See LICENSE for details.