I use Parrot OS security.
When i was listing the contents in my root dir i noticed some weird file names that end with .Kismet.
I know that kismet is a network intrusion detection software which is also used for wifi sniffing etc... But i never installed or used it.
Here are the suspicious files:
As you can see they re named with date and time. When i try to open them, most of it is encrypted and unreadable. Here is some of the readable stuff:
CREATE TABLE messages (ts_sec INT, lat REAL, lon REAL, msgtype TEXT, message TEXT )��wtablealertsalerts CREATE TABLE alerts (ts_sec INT, ts_usec INT,
I never installed kismet on my machine and I think it is not in the parrot default install included. So does anyone know where these files could come from and whether or not they 're dangerous?