Authentication schemes based on wireless physical layer channel information have gained significant attention in recent years. It has been shown in recent studies, that the channel based authentication can either cooperate with existing higher layer security protocols or provide some degree of security to networks without central authority such as sensor networks. We propose a Gaussian Mixture Model based semi-supervised learning technique to identify intruders in the network by building a probabilistic model of the wireless channel of the network users. We show that even without having a complete apriori knowledge of the statistics of intruders and users in the network, our technique can learn and update the model in an online fashion while maintaining high detection rate. We experimentally demonstrate our proposed technique leveraging pattern diversity and show using measured channels that miss detection rates as low as 0.1% for false alarm rate of 0.4% can be achieved.