Driftnet: I see what you see
Since I am continuously adding features to my airbase script I decided to add driftnet to the list. Short and sweet driftnet looks through an interface for images or video. It automatically saves these pictures to a temp folder allowing you to click on the ones you’d like to keep. This is quite creepy because who knows what type of user is on the other end of your access point. With this short video I show you how to use it and what it’s like to be a peeping tom on your network.
To add driftnet to your airbase-ng script simply add the following command
“driftnet -i at0”
This assumes at0 is your virtual tap interface for airbase-ng.
Video of this in action after the link.