Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Wardriving Softwares

Some of you out there for one reason or another don’t
want to use NetStumbler, MiniStumbler, Wellenreiter,
Kismet, or WarLinux. One good reason is that your
organization has a policy against the use of freeware
or open source software. That alone would preclude the
use of those programs. Other wardriving tools are
available to you, however. Some are free and some
are not. Here is a few examples:
There is something for every random out there on that list,
whether you run Windows XP, Windows CE, SunOS, Red Hat
Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS, Zaurus, or a Pocket PC. Yoper
from here, is an excellent flavour of linux, works well with most
softwares tested.