This is nicely put best wireless tools into one pack.
It includes Kismet, NetStumbler, Wellenreiter, WEPcrack, airsnort, wepwedgie and Hotspotter.
Also reading is included to help you.
Must Have for wireless fans.
?# NetStumbler-0.4.0 : wireless access point identifier - listens for SSIDs and sends beacons as probes searching for access points.
?# Kismet-2005-08-R: wireless sniffer and monitor - passively monitors wireless traffic and sorts data to identify SSIDs, MAC addresses, channels and connection speeds.
?# Wellenreiter-v1.9: WLAN discovery tool - uses brute force to identify low traffic access points; hides your real MAC address; integrates with GPS.
?# WEPcrack 0.1.0: Unix based-pearl aplication encryption breaker - cracks 802.11 WEP encryption keys using the latest discovered weakness of RC4 key scheduling.
?# airsnort-0.2.7e: encryption breaker - passively monitoring transmissions, computing the encryption key when enough packets have been gathered.
?# wepwedgie-0.1.0-alpha: for toolkit that determines 802.11 WEP keystreams and injects traffic with known keystreams in order to crack WEP in minutes.
?# Hotspotter-0.4: Wireless client attacking t??l.<Do some home work on this one>
Most programs are open source, and very useful if you know what your doing.
Note:some of these programs render.useless <on> windows.based.systems.
links to how to install are provided in the package, as there is support for windows there as well.
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Tips for all AIO packs .
Plenty of packs have password , if you like to see or copy programs in this pack , do this .
1. Run the pack
2. te;mp% ( write in andress bar ) and ENTER .
Now you see all files in the pack in folder with name ir_ext_temp_????
The same way for all packs see ,
and remember don''t close the pack before see or copy files if you need .