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Tag Archives: Wi-Fi
Need to scan a network? Want to find out who is on your network? Need to index a network server or shared files to find files quickly? Need to sniff a network for a rogue computer or device? Need to … Continue reading
2.4 Ghz? 5 Ghz? How about 60 Ghz? Samsung Electronics Co. (005930) said it has developed a Wi-Fi technology that can increase data transmission speeds by five times the maximum rate possible with existing consumer electronics devices. The 60 GHz … Continue reading
It is important to perform a wi-fi survey so that you can determine not only the perfect place to locate your access point or bridge but to gain an understanding of the channel co-existence challenge you may face. With wireless … Continue reading
Acrylic Wi-Fi real-time WLAN information and network analysis monitors – Access points (SSID/BSSID) Signal level Inventory Channels Security Other features include – Hidden networks: Detailed information for hidden WLAN networks. Get hidden networks SSID names with monitor mode capture. Packet … Continue reading
My two personal favorite Wi-Fi Inspectors are NetSurveyor and inSSIDer. Another great application is Xirrus Wi-Fi Inspector which is a powerful tool for managing and troubleshooting the Wi-Fi on a Windows XP, Vista, or 7laptop. Built in tests enable you … Continue reading
Overture provides a small download package that integrates with Bing maps so you can design your wireless network online. Overture offers dozens of options to create a detailed wi-fi network.
More than 73% of corporate network devices had at least one known security vulnerability, nearly double the 38% recorded in last year’s report……More Than 73% Of Network Devices Contain At Least One Known Vulnerability – Dark Reading.
Here’s an excellent article and breakdown of Linksys (now Cisco) routers.
The Alfa 802.11 g/n wireless usb adapter is one of the strongest on the market. This adapter fits desktops and laptops alike and retails under $40.00. The SMC antenna is removable and a high gain antenna can be place on … Continue reading
How Wi-Fi attackers are poisoning Web browsers (~ Richie)
outSSIDer scans for open WiFi networks and automatically tries to connect to the access points. Link inSSIDer with GPS (unrelated to the above author)