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    WiFi Sniffers
    Does anyone know if there are any wifi sniffer programs like Stumbler for Mac?

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    dont know if it works with PPC but there is a linux distro called Knoppix STD which is totally built for such things, not used it but my uni lecturer has told us all that it works like a charm :p

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    meltbanana314
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    iStumbler 90 (http://www.istumbler.net/)

    I used it this morning to check out how many wireless spots were on 4th Avenue.

    I found four, and only 1 of them is unsecured. And it happens to be one that I set up for a clothing store. Oh well. :teen:

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    archer75
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    Any programs for cracking WEP?

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    meltbanana314
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    Quote Originally Posted by archer75
    Any programs for cracking WEP?
    Not that I know of.

    AirSnort is only available for BSD/Linux systems, and I haven't heard of anyone porting it to OS X yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meltbanana314
    iStumbler 90 (http://www.istumbler.net/)

    I used it this morning to check out how many wireless spots were on 4th Avenue.

    I found four, and only 1 of them is unsecured. And it happens to be one that I set up for a clothing store. Oh well. :teen:
    thanks, i will have to try it out tomorrow

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    KisMac... is pretty good

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