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WirelessFaq . . . 2 matches
...d excellent receive sensitivity make them a good choice for outdoor links as well as wardriving and monitoring applications. If you are looking to make a machine act as an acces...

38.1k - rev: 213 (current) last modified: 2010-12-16 09:44:53

WirelessSecurityAuditor . . . 1 match
...The Wireless Security Auditor is a WarDriving tool (or NetStumbler clone) written by IBM Research. It is a tool for Linux installed in an iPAQ . Homepage: http://www.research.ibm...

0.2k - rev: 4 (current) last modified: 2007-11-23 18:00:42

WeeklyMeeting20120307 . . . 1 match
...Rasmussen) * New Homepage Design (DanRasmussen) * Node Statistics / Coverage Map / WarDriving (DanRasmussen) * ''Your Item Here'' '''Notes''' * None Yet ---- [CategoryMeetin...

0.5k - rev: 2 (current) last modified: 2012-03-07 14:36:11

WarStrollering . . . 1 match
...tp://wsmf.org/pickle/picKLE-cache/pictures/PersonalTelco/warstrollering/WarStrollering-TomandBen_320.JPG See also WarWalking, WarDriving, WarStrollering. ---- CategoryBrokenLinks...

0.5k - rev: 11 (current) last modified: 2012-04-26 10:19:03

WarDialing . . . 1 match
...ploration, and crackers - malicious hackers who specialize in computer security - for password guessing. See also: WarDriving, WarWalking, WarStrollering. ---- [CategoryGlossary]...

0.5k - rev: 6 (current) last modified: 2012-04-26 10:14:30

NewUsersGuide . . . 1 match
...naltelco.net/|node maps]], once you're in the general area a WirelessSniffer or some WarDriving software will help you determine where the best location is. Typically this isn't n...

8.4k - rev: 53 (current) last modified: 2012-04-04 13:58:49

NetStumbler . . . 1 match
...NetStumbler is a Windows utility for WarDriving written by MariusMilner. 2 . http://www.stumbler.net/ http://www.netstumbler.com/ Be warned that since the [[http://www.zdnet.com...

4.7k - rev: 47 (current) last modified: 2011-08-09 08:20:15

MeetingApril2012 . . . 1 match
...ussen ==== Notes ==== * Several people brought interesting pieces of hardware: two WarDriving boxes, a SoekrisBox, and a [[WikiPedia:Clearwire|Clear]] USB data-backed BackPackAp ...

1.5k - rev: 7 (current) last modified: 2012-04-29 21:09:06

JasonMcArthur . . . 1 match
...||<style="background:#eee;border:0px">name:||<style="background:#eee;border:0px;color:rgb(104,0,0)">Jason !McArthur|| ||<style="border:0px">email:||<style="border:0px"><<MailTo(jas...

0.3k - rev: 49 (current) last modified: 2011-05-18 23:22:02

HardwareRecommendations . . . 1 match
... but you'll need a Pcmcia Bridge) === Geek Client === If you're serious about your WarDriving and want a client node with some flexibility and power, you need to shop around! ;) ...

1.9k - rev: 16 (current) last modified: 2007-11-23 18:00:50

DanRasmussen . . . 1 match
...## page was copied from HomepageTemplate <<Navigation(children)>> Sections on this page: [[#about]], [[#projects]], [[#writtenbyme]], [[#macros]] ## Takes too much space at the mo...

8.2k - rev: 38 (current) last modified: 2013-02-02 11:08:01

BaWug . . . 1 match
...] -- was founded by MattPeterson. Once a very active wireless community, pioneers of WarDriving, appear to have lurched to a halt circa 2004. http://www.bawug.org/ ---- [Category...

0.3k - rev: 7 (current) last modified: 2012-04-20 20:51:35