AirTraf - Detecting Rogue AP's
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    AirTraf - Detecting Rogue AP's

    Hey all. There are many tools out there that can detect Rogue Wireless AP's, and this is another one that I have found, that some of you may not have heard of.

    There is an article about AirTraf here

    And you can download AirTraf (Linux only) here
    SoggyBottom.

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    This sounds pretty interesting Soggy. Nice post! I especially like the idea of strategically-placed wireless sensors reporting to a central console, which can be viewed with a web browser. Kismet has some, but not all of this functionality. I haven't tested it yet, but it's supposed to be able to have several Kismet drones that report to the central server.

    I will have to look into this Airtraf. Let us know if you are able to evaluate/test this software and what your opinions are.


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    t2k2
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    Things are pretty hectic at work, and I havent had the time I would like to test all this stuff out. Im still playing around with kismet (which is pretty tidy!).

    This one looked pretty useful, and with any luck, I may have some time to play around with it. When (or if) I do, I will be sure to post my findings...
    SoggyBottom.

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    Hi,

    Just in case you wanna check out wireless security tools http://www.networkintrusion.co.uk/wireless.htm

    cheerss
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