In a talk called "Mapping Wireless Access Points," Peter J. Sprenger will talk
about making a small toughbook into a Linux car navigation system. He also
enabled GPS integration to enhance wireless access point findings by combining GPS information with a Google map overlay and Kismet data dumps to map out
existing wireless access points.
Sprenger has used Linux for the past 13 years. Currently running LFS as main
desktop system, with a FreeBSD shell server and Slackware Media PC. He is
leads a Cal Poly team for CCDC (Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition),
concentrating in network defense. Special attention to security research and
Information Warfare studies with experience in several different continents
performing missions occasionally oriented in that direction.
Date: Thursday February 12, 2009 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: Downs 107