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    Default Getting statistical data from GPX/ KML file (WPA, WEP, None)

    Just got back from my first war drive session and I had a question. I am doing this for a school project and I need a way to get statistics on my session (number of unencrypted AP's, number of WPA2 AP's ect...) I used InSSIDer and I have the GPX file and KML file and I tried looking online for the answer but I could not find anything. If anyone had a way of doing this I would really appreciate it.

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    I just threw together a program to do this.
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    You drag your GPX file(s) on the drop zone, and it will compute the security statistics of the access points in the file(s).

    P.S. The executable doesn't have an icon.

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    Default Yesssssssssssssss!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    You are the freaking man! That is AWESOME. I'm so glad you made this because I was about an hour away from just counting them individually which would have taken hours. Thank you so much dude. A+++++

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    You're welcome. Programming, it's what I do.

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    I'm currently writing a paper for a coference and I have to agree - AWESOME. One attribute I do need is the number of APs on each channel - any chance of adding that feature?

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    Here you go!
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