Periodically research focusing on the level of security in home wireless networks, would reveal a considerable percentage of insecure networks. Labeling them as such, could come from either failing to utilise appropriate security standards or by using the obsolete ones. Relevant data specifying the security standards used was collected by performing an act of wardriving. The essential part of it would be to use the wireless network card's ability to work in a monitoring mode, and passively collect required information such as network name, encryption type and Service set identification (SSID). In this article a system is proposed that uses this data as the basis for a certification mechanism that has a purpose of alerting users by providing them with the insight of the level of their home security wireless network. Four important parts of this mechanism are presented with a flow based algorithm and implemented using Bash scripting language. Finally, a test case scenario and expected results are provided.