andre.kesteloot at verizon.net
Mon Sep 24 16:38:46 CDT 2012
On 9/24/2012 13:16 PM, Jeff Scaparra wrote:
> Kismet also runs quite well on Linux from a live cd like backtrack.
Running Linux from a CD on my Win7 laptop so that I may then run Kismet,
instead of simply clicking on the Xirrus icon on my desktop ?
Thanks, but is this not yet another way to complicate my life?
But thanks for the idea. It may well help others on this Reflector
> On Sep 23, 2012 4:16 PM, "Andre Kesteloot"
> <andre.kesteloot at verizon.net <mailto:andre.kesteloot at verizon.net>> wrote:
> Thanks for your suggestions.
> Kismac is for the various versions of the MAC operating system.
> Many of us around here run Win7 or WinXP
> And, also, I happen to like Xirrus ! (I also still WinPSK, which
> shows how conservative I am :-)
> On 9/22/2012 23:04 PM, w3qx at hatfield.com
> <mailto:w3qx at hatfield.com> wrote:
>> For example: kismac, netstumbler, istumbler? These may be too
>> google: "wardriving"
>> William w3qx
>> At 10:33 PM -0400 9/22/12, Andre Kesteloot wrote:
>>> Several of us here at TACOS Galactic Headquarters (i.e., Frank
>>> K0BRA, Bill N4TS and I) are currently experimenting with MSHH
>>> Searching for a good --and free- software to explore the WiFi
>>> band, I have found the /Xirrus WiFi Inspector, / which appears
>>> to work reliably on my Win 7 laptop, and supplies quite a lot of
>>> technical information. (see screen capture attached)
>>> André N4ICK
>>> Attachment converted: tHD3:WiFi Inspector.jpg (JPEG/«IC») (00041D42)
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