Fun With Google Geolocation

After seeing Samy Kamkars talk at DEFCON 18, I really wanted to play with Google’s geolocation API. Some results already:

hessch@turing:~$ bin/mac_geoloc 00:11:92:a1:b2:40

{
    "location"    :    {
        "latitude"    :    36.1344023,  
        "longitude"    :    -115.1620542,
        "address"    :    {     
            "country"    :    "United States",  
            "country_code"    :    "US",
            "region"    :    "Nevada",  
            "county"    :    "Clark",   
            "city"        :    "Las Vegas",     
            "street"    :    "Las Vegas Blvd S",
            "street_number"    :    "2955",     
            "postal_code"    :    "89109"       
        },      
        "accuracy"    :    150.0}       
}

Which is the location one of the hotspot access-points in the Riviera hotel, according to Google. Yay! :)

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