This application comes with all version of Weakerthan Linux version 4 and up
OFFICIAL HOMEPAGE: https://weaknetlabs.com/warcarrier/ Weakerthan Linux Distro from WeakNet Labs
Warcarrier is a dashboard for scanning and trolling 802.11 WiFi, 802.15.1 Bluetooth, and GPS. This application was designed to show a large amount of live data, as a large carrier ship may have in the main deck/helm. The name "Warcarrier" was inspired by the famous "Blue Ghost" aircraft carrier. Below are a few functions that can be done with Warcarrier,
- CatchMe-NG for trolling for MAC addresses, ESSIDs, etc
- Create Shareable Waypoints
- Take instantaneous snapshots of the surrounding area (GPS/BT/WiFi/Timestamp/APs/etc)
- Log results in text format
- Log results in HTML format
- Include interactive maps from their scans using the Google Maps API
- Read detailed information on any satellite that you can receive from (Using PNRID and NASA data)
This is the "instrument panel" screen which you can monitor the air around you with. Click on the image to view it full-sized.
This is the Ubertooth One Spectrum Analysis code at work. Click on the image to view it full-sized.
And here is a Google-Maps API enabled log file (HTML). Click on the image to view it full-sized.
A simple deomstration video showing off some of the functionality from a BETA demo: https://www.youtube.com/embed/0SNPzJ3ejFU
Start Warcarrier: ./warcarrier -d (wlan device) -f (airodump-NG output file name)
In Weakerthan Linux, you can simply click on the Warcarrier icon in the dock.
Your Terminal must have specific setting enabled. I am almost always using Gnome Terminal and the settings in WEAKERTHAN Linux are shown in the screenshot below. Without these setting the Curses::UI Perl module creates a lot of garbage on the screen that is unreadable.
The table below lists the keyboard shortcuts that can be used in Warcarrier.
|g||Reset the dynmic 802.11 dbm graph|
|i||Show satellite details|
|c||Start CatchmeNG plugin|
|u||Ubertooth Spectrum Analyzer|
|w||Create a waypoint (for logging your process/trek)|
|s||Take/log a snapshot of the surroundings with a timestamp|
|Aircrack-NG Suite||For Airodump-NG and 802.11 Scanning|
|ALFA 1W Adapater||Passive scanning 802.11|
|Bluetooth Dongle||Active scanning for Bluetooth devices|
|Ubertooth One||For scanning with Bluetooth (Spectrum Analysis)|
** NOTE in KALI Linux you may have to edit your /etc/default/gpsd to have START_DAEMON and USBAUTO to "false". Also, you may need to reboot as restarting/reloading the daemon doesn't seem to complete the process - All credit for the troubleshooting of this and info for KALI goes to Grant Stone.
Explanation of files
|./includes/(html|sound)/.*||files for HTML logging and output.|
|./lib/.*||Perl modules needed by WARCARRIER|
|./wcd||WARCARRIER scanning daemon for Bluetooth and GPS (runs automatically)|
|./logs/(txt|html)/.*||log files in txt or HTML format|
|./bt.out||Temporary Bluetooth buffer file -- Bluetooth scanning is really slow!|
|./gps.(TPV|SKY)||Temporary GPS packets buffer file -- polling the GPS device is slow!|
|./capfiles||Packet capture files made by Airodump-ng|
|./wcclean||Cleans up all messes and erases all trace of scanning.|
|./wcstartup.sh||Autostart Warcarrier with wlan0 and /dev/ttyUSB0 (for WEAKERTH4N and WarcarrierOS)|