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Internet, Networking, and Wireless Discussion of networking, internet, and wireless including Apple's Airport products.

Powerful Wi-fi network scanner , which prog i should use ?


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Hi there all . Maybe someone knows app that can : Scan , log , analyze the wi-fi networks for example when i am driving in car with open , and turned on laptop ? I need to :
1. Detect
2. Analyze ( is that wi-fi point secured unsecured , if it is secured what tipe of security it has , if not what is speed on wi-fi point in kbps , also very important to know range of that wi-fi point )
3. Log ( save all data in Mac , in somekind a file )


It is very important to find such a tipo of program ! thank you for reply !
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this article from wikipedia lists a few programs, as well as other information on war-driving.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/War_driving
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Thanks for reply , thats a great informative article about wi-fi spot searching !
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