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kismet-capture-ti-cc2540-2020_04_R3-lp152.1.1 RPM for armv7hl

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Name: kismet-capture-ti-cc2540 Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.2
Version: 2020_04_R3 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp152.1.1 Build date: Wed May 6 23:16:37 2020
Group: Productivity/Networking/Diagnostic Build host: armbuild21
Size: 88268 Source RPM: kismet-2020_04_R3-lp152.1.1.src.rpm
Summary: Kismet TI CC2540 (BTLE) capture helper
Kismet is a wireless network and device detector, sniffer, wardriving
tool, and WIDS (wireless intrusion detection) framework.

This subpackage contains the Texas Instruments CC2540 BTLE capture






* Sun May 03 2020 Martin Hauke <>
  - Update to version 2020-04-R3
    * fix a possible crash in Kismet and associated tools when
      compiled with GCC; there are no other changes.
* Thu Apr 23 2020 Martin Hauke <>
  - Update to version 2020-04-R2
    * Bugfix release
* Tue Apr 21 2020 Martin Hauke <>
  - Update to version 2020-04-R1
    * New web-based UI with searching, device notes, realtime
      graphs, and more.
    * A REST-like API
    * Expanded support for non-WiFi capture types
    * New remote capture
    * Massive data set support
    * New KismetDB logs
    * Multithreaded optimizations
    * Kismet will now take advantage of multi-core systems, both on
      large servers, and on small systems like the Raspberry Pi;
    * Live packet export
    * Packets can now be streamed live via the export endpoints, as
      a pcapng stream of all packets or with live filtering by data
      source, device, and more.
    * Scriptable alerts
    * Alerts can be defined (and triggered) via REST endpoints
* Sun Mar 29 2020
  - Install plugin alertsyslog.
* Mon Mar 09 2020 Martin Hauke <>
  - Update to version 2020-03-R1
    Bugfix release
    * RTL433 changing command line arguments
    * Extreme memory use compiling bluetooth_ids code
    * Fixes to kismetexternal python code used by rtladsb and rtlamr
    * Fixes to handling “weird” rtl433 serial numbers, like 000000001
    * Fixes for ubertooth remote cap
    * Updates to the kw41z capture code
    * Support for multiple phys on a single interface
    * Fix for buffer size calculation which could impact gps handling
    * Smarter error handling with channel tuning failures
    * Support for CORS cross-side negotiation for running Kismet
      behind a proxy
  - Introduce new subpackages
    * kismet-capture-ti-cc-2531
      + TICC2531 802.15.4 Zigbee Sniffer capture helper
    * kismet-capture-nrf-nxp-kw41z
      + NXP KW41Z BTLE and Zigbee Sniffer capture helper
* Sun Jan 05 2020 Martin Hauke <>
  - Update to version 2019-12-R2
    A bugfix release for Kismet 2019-12, R2 solves a number of quirks
    which were quite annoying:
    * Solve a race condition in Linux with interface naming. Due to
      how the nl80211 layer handles interface naming, combined with
      how systemd can name interfaces on some systems, it was
      possible to have a race condition when Kismet defaulted to
      kismonX interface names, resulting in either errors or Kismet
      ignoring one of the interfaces.
    * Solve a free on an unused pointer in nl80211 vif creation. The
      new vif creation code doesn’t use the nl80211 flags
      sub-message when there are no flags to add, but tried to free
      it. This could cause a crash the first time trying to open a
      source, but the second time would succeed.
    * Fix TICC2540 USB devices. Some systems were very unhappy with
      the order in which the USB device was initialized; now it
      should be fine.
    * Work around the very broken RTL8812BU driver. While we don’t
      recommend this driver or these cards, due to a HUGE number of
      issues, Kismet will now do its best to open one and get it
      into monitor mode.
    * Much smoother operation with very very large numbers of
      sources. A side effect of the vif naming fix, interfaces are
      now initialized and opened one at a time. While this may take
      much longer to open huge numbers (dozens or more) of
      interfaces, it is much more reliable and much less likely to
      cause Kismet or kernel problems during the initial bring-up
      and firmware load of interfaces.
    * Minor output text fixes. Capture interface and base
      interface were swapped in some messages to the user.
* Wed Dec 25 2019 Martin Hauke <>
  - Update to version 2019-12-R1
    Bugfixes and performance boosts
    * Remove OpenMP/parallel processing; this resolves a massive
      CPU burn on even moderate numbers of devices.
    * Fix logging bug causing export of all devices every logging
      cycle, instead of only modified and new devices.
    * Revamped python-kismet-external using asyncio to prevent a
      large CPU wasting IO loop.
    * Bugfixes to the Linux netlink monitor controls to prefer
      nl80211, find existing monitor interfaces correctly, and to
      work on devices that don’t support IOxIWCTL iocontrols at all
    * Switch to std::unordered_map hash maps for O(1) lookups
      whenever possible
    New features
    * BTLE packet capture and basic device display, using the
      aUbertooth One, CC2540, or nRF51822;
    * New SDR demodulators for ADSB (airplane) and AMR (power and
      water meter) with no external dependencies beyond librtlsdr
      and python3!
    * New ADSB mapping UI
    * BTLE support in the UI
    * New formatting options for ekjson to simplify export to other
    * Device present/missing alerts
    * ADSB geolocation
    * Detection of CVE-2019-17666 RTLWIFI vulnerabilities
* Sun Dec 01 2019 Martin Hauke <>
  - Completely rewritten spec-file
  - Intruduce subpackages for the capture helpers
  - Add kismet-rpmlintrc
  - Package systemd service file
  - Remove obsolete patch:
    * kismet-2011-03-R2-makefile.diff
  - Update to version 2019-09-R1
    This is the new, MAJOR rewrite of Kismet! This version changes
    almost everything, hopefully for the better, including:
    * Web-based UI allowing for much simpler presentation of data
      and compatibility with mobile devices
    * Standard JSON-based data export for easy scripting against
      Kismet instances
    * Support for wireless protocols beyond Wi-Fi, like basic
      Bluetooth scanning, thermometer, and weather station detection
      with the RTL-SDR hardware, and more on the way
    * New remote-capture code optimized for binary size and RAM,
      allowing extremely low-end embedded devices to be used for
      packet capture
    * New logging format which can encapsulate complex information
      about devices, system state, alerts, messages, and packets in a
      single file with simple tools for extracting standard formats
    * Pcap-NG multi-interface logs with complete original headers,
      readable by Wireshark and other tools
* Tue Jul 05 2016
  - Kismet 2016-07-R1:
    * nl8011 support is fixed so finding the vif device works again
    * full 5GHz channel discovery works now
    * memory leaks in the drone are fixed
    * some ncurses compile bugs are resolved
* Wed Apr 13 2016
  - Kismet 2016-01-R1:
    * force validation of fcs by default for all sources
    * support for recent autotools
    * fixes for crashes when alert backlog was set to zero
    * fixes for failures in some VIF situations
    * fixes to resizing windows
    * fixes to GPS averaging
    * fixes to Radiotap changes in recent kernels
    * add WPS state parsing
    * handle BSSTimestamp parsing
  - upstream sources no longer signed, use source URLs



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