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Questions and configuration information about the NetStumbler software

Postby McHale » Sun Sep 23, 2007 6:46 pm

wow... people are so angry lately...

As a sidenote, if you're using NetStumbler or MiniStumbler for legitimate reasons, knowing the type of protection is pretty important. If doing a preliminary security audit and a company has security standards (like forcing all users to be WPA2 or something), it's good to know when they have a simple WEP protection that is easily hacked.

I hope if you're trying to be a legitimate business you're using better auditing tools than NetStumber but I have seen some security companies use it exclusively (sadly enough).

-Mc
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